Ryan Fredericks, Lucas Perez and Robert Snodgrass all notched their first West Ham goals but the biggest winner in West Ham’s 8-0 mauling of Macclesfield was Grady Diangana.

Making his first-team debut, the 20-year-old attacking midfielder netted the seventh and eighth goals, seizing the opportunity given to him by Manuel Pellegrini. Diangana is the first beneficiary of Pellegrini’s decision to bring the club’s Under-23s and first team together at the same base, which seems like common sense, but apparently revolutionary thinking for the Hammers.

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Found that on the web in case you think it's mine , "revolutionary thinking for the hammers " bloody cheek

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