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Winger tells the squad to “stay humble”

west_hams_sofiane_feghouli_celebrates_scoring_their_third_goal_317515Sofiane Feghoui has called for the players to remain “humble” during the present run of success.

The Algerian winger has been showing far better form and scored his first goal against Palace in the 3-0 home win and is delighted with the way things are going.

He warned: “The whole week at a club after a win is always very positive. We need to be humble as players though, and recognise there are always areas to work on.

“We are capable of working and moving even further and we know if we give our all and show our quality, that’s what we can do.”

He also admitted: “It’s always hard when you’re not starting games, and to begin with it was tough when I was struggling to be given a chance.

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“When you get that though, you need to take it, so I’ve been working hard in training and I feel when I have started the last few I have done that. I am hoping to continue to start matches and help the team now going forward.”

“I haven’t been here long, so no; I think it will still take some time to show my absolute best. I know that there is more for me to show to both my teammates and the supporters.”

 

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5 comments on “Winger tells the squad to “stay humble”

  1. Overall the summer window dealings are beginning to look a bit less of a disaster, & I like the lad’s view on staying humble. Mr P take note! I will be the first on here to offer an apology to whoever does the transfers. I realise it is difficult- especially getting strikers. And I accept that some players take time and we have to be patient. There are some lessons to be learnt but we all want the same things- the owners do seem to be listening to the supporters, so we perhaps need to cut them some slack. Feeling a bit mellow this morning…it won’t last!

  2. Well dont stay cheerful for too long H64 we are not used to it.Its a tad disconcerting lol
    I like Feghouli having watched him for Valencia.He hasnt hit his best but seems to be getting there.He is another example in a huge list of players who get written off by fans before being given time to settle to a different enviroment & league.

  3. Well said and let’s hope he takes his own advice in the future unlike you know who. COYI⚒⚒⚒

  4. To be fair he -Feghouli-was one I wanted to reserve judgement on because I had read a lot of good reports on him. Mind you, there were good reports of Zaza & Tore. I could not believe what I was watching when I saw them, & I don’t think being given more time would have made much difference. Seem to remember Feghouli got crocked early on (sounds familiar ha ha) as well. But he does seem to have something about him. Let’s hope for the best. Fingers crossed also that Kouyate & Ayew avoid injuries in ACN/ AFCON whatever it is.

  5. Zaza and Tore were major disappointments but at least a few million in loan fees was all we wasted lol.Imagine if we had paid about 30 million for them outright.Sometimes Sullys try before you buy has its merits even if some dont want to admit it because according to them he gets everything wrong.

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