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Zaza blames weather and formation for West Ham failure

zaza2Simone Zaza’s father Antonio who is also his agent has told Italian website Calcio Mercato that was a huge mistake for his son to join West Ham.

Speaking about his son’s time as a Hammer he said: “It was a huge mistake, Simone was still concerned by the penalty he missed with Italy at the time and he failed to settle in well in London.”

“He was not happy with the weather and with the formation of his ex-boss. Moving to Spain was the best ever decision for him.”

Simone has been prolific this season scoring an amazing six goals in seven La Liga league games including a 8-minute hat-trick.

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5 comments on “Zaza blames weather and formation for West Ham failure

  1. A bit rich, originally he blamed himself aswell as Slav, he said he needed a manager to put a rocket up him as he needs to be pushed. Much as I may want Slav gone the players have to accept some responsibility.

  2. Sounds like his brother is every inch the same wa**er as Zaza. As Canning Town Len said, we’ve moved on from a big shyte to a little pea!

  3. That penalty he missed in the Euros should have set the alarm bells ringing – that and him having his boots on the wrong feet!

  4. Makes you wonder how he has managed to score six goals in seven games then doesn’t it? Oh it would be that one about the PL being the best league in the world I suppose-even though recent performance in the Champions League by English clubs has not been very impressive, to put it mildly. Maybe he was not such a bad player but the manager failed to get the best out of him. Just a suggestion.

  5. His father isnt reading off the same page is he.Zaza blamed himself two months ago.

    I have watched him in la liga matches.He is still dog poo,always offside,giving the ball away.The PL defences are useless but some of the ones he is up against in la liga make our defence look bullet proof!

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