Loanees Send Timely Reminder To Pellegrini

In recent games Jordan Hugill, Grady Diangana and Sead Haksabanovic have all put in stellar performances while out on loan from West Ham United, these are not the only loanees doing well, but they are catching the headlines, and more importantly all have a recall clause in their loan deals.

Jordan Hugill scored a quick fire brace as he led QPR’s fightback against Sheffield Wednesday at Hillsborough, the 'R's' were 1-0 down when Hugill rounded the goalkeeper to equalise on 60 minutes, he then tapped in a close range cross four minutes later to secure the win.The 27 year old’s five goals in six Championship matches has made him the joint top scorer in the league.

Hot on the heels of Hugill in the Championship top scorer list is his Hammers team mate midfielder Grady Diangana, Grady is having quite an effect on loan at West Bromwich Albion, the 21 year old scored his third goal in four league games as West Brom beat Blackburn Rovers 3-1. The England U-20 player is on fire at the moment, and with Hernandez gone, Manuel Pellegrini may well consider bringing Diangana back in January if he continues as he has started.

Sead Haksabanovic scored for the third game running as he continues to dazzle for IFK Norrkoping, the Montenegro international netted Norrkoping’s second goal in the 2-0 win over Hammarby in the Swedish Allsvenskan. With three goals in his last three matches, Haksabanovic might also be sending a timely reminder to West Ham. The 20-year-old inspired his side to four wins in a row with only four points standing between Norrkoping and European qualification.

There is also Martin Samuelson, remember him? These lads all have the potential to become top players, it is to be hoped that West Ham United avail them selves of these players services at the earliest opportunity, unlike others the club doesn't need to have a transfer ban enforced to give youth a go, and in Manuel Pellegrini at last the club have a manager willing to 'blood' young players without hanging them out to dry, a' la' Sam Allardyce! - Ed



Defo needs re - calling imo.if & I do hope not haller gets an injury we are pretty much stuffed.hugill never got a chance,but is obviously pretty good,only debate is can he do the same in the prem

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I don't think he can 65,Hugill is the only one of the loanees,who I would look to getting rid of for good.

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andycarrollstyle's picture

Yeah fair play to Hugill and glad he's doing well but definitely not premiership level. Same for Samuelson I reckon. Grady however has impressed when he's played in the first team definitely a cut above

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moore2come's picture

I think at 27 Hugill has shown he is Championship quality at best. Would only be recalled I feel in the event that our entire forward line gets injured which being West Ham is not outside the realms of possibility!

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