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McDonald Praises Hammers Youngsters

Yesterday, West Ham United produced a fighting performance to beat the Italian side, Sampdoria, 3-2.

After trailing twice the Hammers dug in deep to score an injury time winner.

After the game, Neil McDonald, speaking to the media, spoke about how the youngsters brought into the squad had more than done there bit with Elliot Lee, Dan Potts and Reece Burke all starring, prompting McDonald to remark,

"It was pleasing to see them all involved today and show the future is bright."

"We deserved this win. There was a lot of great passing and movement."


Full steam ahead Tottenham then!




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Writer: Rossy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday August 10 2014

Time: 10:43AM

 

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