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Yarmo does himself no shop window harm

Good to see Andriy Yarmolenko score a cracking and pretty typical goal against the Netherlands this week.

We’ve become used to seeing that type of goal from him among the seven he’s managed in the Premier League since arriving at the club.

Hopefully we will see a couple more or so before Ukraine perhaps exit the competition as we need this guy to catch the eyes of one or two interested managers.

He appears to be an obvious ‘for sale’ option and that goal will have done his chances of finding a new club no harm at all.

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It may be a mystery why he appears to be a regular scorer in internationals but the truth is of course the pace of the game at that level is entirely different to the pace of Premier League action.

With a year left on his current deal and valued at around at £5-£8 million the Hammers are ready to entertain offers.

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4 comments on “Yarmo does himself no shop window harm

  1. Yarmo is a more than decent squad player with a wand of a left foot and proven ability to impact a game off the bench.

    We need more players next season, not less, and until we see an influx 3-4 attacking players I’ll be hoping we hold onto 50p head!

  2. Agreed…and it was great to see him score as myself, I’m sure a few supporters could see what was going to happen when he came in on his left.
    A couple more like that Yarmo and you will be good to go.

  3. I’ve always liked Yarmolenko. He possesses a deft touch that so many players don’t have and is a great finisher especially with that left foot. I’ve heard fans say that he has no right foot (or that he’s a ‘one trick pony’) but that isn’t true. Watch his game next time you see him. Whilst he’s no Vardy over 30-40 yards (nor is Kane, remember), Yarmolenko isn’t that slow. I’d like to see us keep him, especially with European football looming. We need experienced players like him, and he needs to be playing and not just used as a 80th minute sub when we need a goal.

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