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Re: Hammers On Loan 2018/19

Postby Swiss Pauli on Sun Feb 17, 2019 1:44 pm

Fernandes scored again for Fiorentina, who intend to take up the option to buy at the end of the loan.
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Re: Hammers On Loan 2018/19

Postby LeonRivers on Mon Feb 18, 2019 3:38 am

Weekend Fixtures:

Marcus Browne

Marcus played the final 21 minutes as Oxford lost 0-1 at home to Peterborough. He was cautioned for halting a late counter attack. This was his 35th appearance of the season, and his tenth as a sub.

LIVE TWEETS:

68' SUB for United: James Henry goes off for Marcus Browne.
90+3' Yellow to Browne as United mount a late attack that's brought to a halt.
90+6' Eastwood's long ball finds Nelson in the area. He controls it impeccably but his cross is cleared. From the return ball Browne is blocked off in the area but the ref gives nothing.

Next Match: Tues 19th February vs Accrington (a)

Martin Samuelsen

unused sub

Next Match: Fri 22nd February vs Heracles (h)

Jordan Hugill

Jordan played 9 minutes as Middlesbrough won 1-0 at ten-man Blackburn.

Next Match: Sat 23rd February vs QPR (h)

Edimilson Fernandes

Edi played as Fiorentina won 4-1 at SPAL. He scored Fiorentina's vital, late, first-half equaliser with his only on-target shot from two efforts. He completed 27 of 30 passes (90% - Fiorentina's second-highest), and was awarded a final match rating of 7.36. He commited one foul, and was booked for it - his 7th booking of the season.

Next Match: Sun 24th February vs Internazionale (h)

Josh Cullen

Josh played as Charlton drew 0-0 at home to Blackpool. It was the 100th appearance of his career. :crest:

LIVE TWEETS:

87' Cullen tries his luck from 22 yards, but it's over.

Next Match: Sat 23rd February vs Wimbledon (a)

Vashon Neufville

not in squad

Next Match: Tues 19th February vs Notts County (a)

Moses Makasi

Moses played 82 minutes as Stevenage came from 0-2 down to draw 2-2 at league-leaders Lincoln. He was withdrawn with the score 0-2.

LIVE TWEETS:

65' - CHANCE. Boro applying all the pressure now and Makasi strikes at goal after the ball falls to him in the box but it's well blocked.
82' - James Ball replaces Moses Makasi.

Next Match: Sat 23rd February vs Northampton (h)

Sead Haksabanovic

Sead made his Norrkoeping debut (wearing shirt no. 99) in a 3-1 Swedish Cup win over Vaernamo. He played 77 minutes. His through ball led to the penalty for their opening goal. He was also involved in the third goal.
A local newspaper awarded him a 2+ out of 5 (four players achieved a 3): "Competition debut for Sead in the IFK jersey and it certainly seems that there is a lot of talent in that guy. Works and struggles a lot, not least defensively, but it is evident that he is a bit from the top form. Can still be good in the long run."

Next Match: Sun 24th February vs Assyriska IK (a) - Swedish Cup Group Stage

Toni Martinez

Toni played 17 minutes as Lugo lost 3-0 at Mallorca.

Next Match: Sun 24th February vs Elche (h)

Joe Powell

Joe played 82 minutes as Northampton drew 0-0 with Crawley. He was cautioned in the second half for a late tackle. He currently has 15% of the Man of the Match votes on the club's Twitter feed.

MATCH REPORT:
"Northampton continued to have the better of the chances with Ash Taylor heading over at the back post and then Glenn Morris producing a fine stop from Joe Powell."

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LIVE TWEETS:

54' Powell whips in a dangerous corner from the right and it's met by Taylor at the back-post but his header drops just wide.
66' Joe Powell is shown a yellow card following a challenge on Crawley's Tom Dallison.
82' So close! Joe Powell hits a free-kick from 30 yards but his curling effort hits the side netting. Powell then makes way for Andy Williams.

Next Match: Sat 23rd February vs Stevenage (a)

Oladapo Afolayan

not in squad

Next Match: Tues 19th February vs Morecambe (h)

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Re: Hammers On Loan 2018/19

Postby Swiss Pauli on Mon Feb 18, 2019 8:19 am

I saw Fernandes' goal: it was a thumping left footer from the edge of the box.
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Re: Hammers On Loan 2018/19

Postby Westbourne Bill on Mon Feb 18, 2019 9:41 am

Fernandes is still only 22. I suspect he will have a very decent career without us regretting not keeping him.
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Re: Hammers On Loan 2018/19

Postby sanchoz on Mon Feb 18, 2019 10:01 am

Drab goalless draw sees Cobblers and Crawley share points




Cobblers moved a point closer towards securing their EFL future for another season after a truly dreadful goalless draw with Crawley Town on Saturday.

A flat atmosphere at the PTS Academy Stadium was matched by a flat, scrappy and desperately low-quality 90 minutes of football, with Town way off their best throughout.


Injuries to Jordan Turnbull and Shay Facey forced manager Keith Curle to switch systems and return to a four-man defence with Charlie Goode slotting in at right-back.

This time opting for 4-2-3-1, Timi Elsnik and Joe Powell were back in the starting line-up and played in advanced roles behind lone striker Sam Hoskins.


Set-pieces remained the game’s most likely source of an opening goal in the second-half as Taylor headed over at the back post while Cornell was out in a flash to block Ollie Palmer’s low effort.

Opposite number Glenn Moriss was given his first - and only - true test on the hour-mark when sticking out a big left hand to tip Powell’s well-struck shot around the post.

Palmer went close for a second time when seeing a shot blocked by Taylor, but the second-half continued to be error-strewn and plagued by basic mistakes.

Powell had home fans celebrating but his free-kick hit the wrong side of the net while Dominic Poleon almost snatched it in the final minute, Cornell pulling off a smart stop to at least ensure the Cobblers didn’t suffer the ignominy of defeat.


Match stats

Cobblers: Cornell, Goode, Taylor, Pierre, McWilliams, Buchanan, Elsnik (Roberts 72), O’Toole, J Powell (A Williams 84), Bridge, Hoskins (Morias 90)

Subs not used: Coddington, J Williams, Bowditch, D Powell


https://www.northamptonchron.co.uk/spor ... -1-8813798


Northampton Town 0 Crawley Town 0: James Heneghan's player ratings as Cobblers are held at home

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8. Joe Powell
His well-struck half-volley drew the best save from either keeper, Morris sticking out a big left hand to tip around the post. Also rippled the side-netting with a fine free-kick, but struggled to assert himself in open play... 6


https://www.northamptonchron.co.uk/spor ... 962?page=2
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Re: Hammers On Loan 2018/19

Postby sanchoz on Mon Feb 18, 2019 10:04 am

VAR decision stuns SPAL as Fiorentina secure big victory




A decision by the video assistant referee (VAR) to overturn a SPAL goal and give a penalty to Fiorentina was pivotal as the Viola went on to secure a 4-1 away win at the Stadio Paolo Mazza on Sunday.

The score was tied at 1-1 with 13 minutes remaining thanks to first half goals from SPAL striker Andrea Petagna and Fiorentina's Edmilson Fernandes, when the home side thought they had taken the lead through Mattia Valoti from a counterattack.

However, a VAR review led to referee Luca Pairetto viewing an incident in the opposite penalty area and decided to disallow SPAL's goal and award Fiorentina a penalty for a trip on Federico Chiesa in the build-up. Jordan Veretout duly converted the spot kick.


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Re: Hammers On Loan 2018/19

Postby sanchoz on Mon Feb 18, 2019 10:11 am

Name: matereo
Posted: 2019-02-16 13:42 Modified: 2019-02-16 18:22:20
Looks good for the 2019 series. Things worth mentioning are question marks or that may be worth thinking about. Things that Jens o co has to control a lot with are the middle back pair / pairs.

Sead impressed me the last time he was at home and played football. Have thought when I heard that he was contracted that it is probably a player who can scratch a little on the ball like so many other younger techniques, but the whole pre-season has looked great.


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https://www.expressen.se/tv/sport/fotbo ... g-varnamo/
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Re: Hammers On Loan 2018/19

Postby sanchoz on Mon Feb 18, 2019 10:18 am

Oxford United 0, Peterborough United 1 (Toney 76)

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A LAPSE in concentration proved hugely costly for Oxford United as their five-game unbeaten run was ended by Peterborough United in a poor game.

Ivan Toney netted the only goal late in the contest, running on to Marcus Maddison’s free-kick and scoring while the home side’s defence dozed.

It settled a game where United fell short of their recent performance levels and rarely looked like scoring.


Just after the hour mark O’Malley made a smart parry to deny Jamie Hanson’s low left-footed effort from the edge of the box. Sinclair appeared to be pulled down as he went for the rebound, but the referee waved away the protests.

Both sides turned to their benches for inspiration. Lee Tomlin came on for the visitors, while Marcus Browne and Mackie added fresh legs to the United cause.


Their biggest hopes late on came from penalty shouts. United looked to have a case when Browne went down deep into stoppage-time, but the referee only awarded a corner.


Oxford Utd (4-2-3-1): Eastwood, Hanson, Nelson, Dickie, Ruffels, Mousinho (Carruthers 79), Brannagan, Henry (Browne 68) Whyte, Sinclair (Mackie 68), Graham.

Unused subs: Stevens, Long, Jones, Kashi.

Booked: Hanson, Dickie, Browne.


https://www.oxfordmail.co.uk/sport/oxfo ... -toney-76/


Karl Robinson embarrassed by Oxford United league position

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SLUMPING back into the relegation zone was an embarrassment for Oxford United, according to head coach Karl Robinson.

The side’s five-game unbeaten run – four of which had been draws – had lifted them just above the drop zone.

But a lacklustre 1-0 defeat against Peterborough United sent them back into Sky Bet League One’s danger zone with 14 games remaining.


Robinson did feel United were the better team and had a case to feel aggrieved they were not awarded a spot-kick.

He said: “Let’s not forget there’s three blatant penalties – on Gavin Whyte, Marcus Browne and Jerome Sinclair.

“But you can’t blame the referee for his attention to detail when your own house is not in order.”


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Re: Hammers On Loan 2018/19

Postby prophet:marginal on Mon Feb 18, 2019 11:53 am

sanchoz wrote:VAR decision stuns SPAL as Fiorentina secure big victory


Nice goal
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Re: Hammers On Loan 2018/19

Postby sanchoz on Mon Feb 18, 2019 1:23 pm

FC Augsburg 2-3 Bayern Munich: Kingsley Coman double inspires Die Roten fightback

Bayern Munich recovered from the shock of conceding a 14-second own goal to win 3-2 at Augsburg and narrow the gap on Bundesliga leaders Borussia Dortmund to two points.


Bayern were in no mood to let their second chance slip and after Lewandowski had twice come close, they went in front for the first time on 53 minutes when Coman turned provider, ****ing through to Alaba who scored from close range.

Augsburg responded well, with another Ji effort saved by Neuer before Reece Oxford headed inches over the bar from a Max free-kick.


https://www.skysports.com/football/fc-a ... ort/395148

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(Hashtag translates as "Always On!")
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Re: Hammers On Loan 2018/19

Postby ballantine on Mon Feb 18, 2019 11:18 pm

Norwegian media says Martin Samuelsen is on the move to FK Haugesund in the Norwegian top flight. Says he will be announced this week. It's a loan move, doesn't say for how long.

Source in Norwegian:
https://www.vg.no/sport/fotball/i/wElMJ ... -haugesund
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Re: Hammers On Loan 2018/19

Postby norse on Wed Feb 20, 2019 11:53 am

ballantine wrote:Norwegian media says Martin Samuelsen is on the move to FK Haugesund in the Norwegian top flight. Says he will be announced this week. It's a loan move, doesn't say for how long.

Source in Norwegian:
https://www.vg.no/sport/fotball/i/wElMJ ... -haugesund" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;


Confirmed by the player himself today.
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Re: Hammers On Loan 2018/19

Postby LeonRivers on Wed Feb 20, 2019 10:48 pm

Samuelsen is rented out to Haugesund

Venlo, the club Martin Samuelsen has been loaned to the last period, wrote on Twitter that the Norwegian is ready for Aalesund. It forces Samuelsen himself [to correct the mistruth].

"I play for FKH at least until the summer. And it may well be that I stay longer if this works for all parties." says Samuelsen to Haugesunds Avis.

Venlo, the club Samuelsen played for from July to February, had thus messed up Haugesund and Aalesund. Samuelsen will be home to Haugesund on loan, and he warns that he is in good shape.The Samuelsen is rented out to Haugesund

Samuelsen played his first football matches as Djerv 1919 player before going to Vard. In 2012, he was picked up at Manchester City, where he played junior football until 2015. Then he was sold to West Ham, a club he is still owned by today. He has been on loan in Peterborough, Blackburn, Burton and most recently Venlo since 2015, without any luck in any of the clubs.

"I need to play football. I saw that there would probably be little playing time in Venlo until the end of the season. I wanted FKH. I know the club and the players, I know the city - and I know Jostein Grindhaug and what he stands for. Now I am very happy that it went well. And I look forward to playing at Haugesund stadium" says midfielder.

Translated from: https://www.dagbladet.no/sport/samuelse ... d/70789350"

Martin Samuelsen - FK Haugesund Norweigan Eliteserien : 20th February - end of season
Age: 21. Position: Midfielder
Appearances: 0
Goals: 0

Next Match: Sun 31st March vs Stromsgodset (a)
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Re: Hammers On Loan 2018/19

Postby LeonRivers on Wed Feb 20, 2019 10:57 pm

The Norwegian Eliteserien is currently off-season. The new season starts in the final weekend of March and will conclude on November 30th. It seems Martin will be with them until the summer, and that could be extended until the end of their season if it goes well. Presumably they will also have the opportunity to purchase him in the summer....
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Re: Hammers On Loan 2018/19

Postby LeonRivers on Fri Feb 22, 2019 11:20 pm

Midweek Fixtures:

Marcus Browne

Marcus returned to the starting line-up and played 60 minutes as Oxford lost 2-4 at Accrington.

LIVE TWEETS:

2' United break through Sykes. He plays in Carruthers who sends Browne away but his shot is at Jonny Maxted.
10' Good strength from Mackie to shield the ball and then play it to Browne. He skips inside and gets a shot away but it swings wide.
15' Browne loses the ball to Smyth, who breaks quickly. He's brought down by Browne midway in the Oxford half but United get the free kick clear.
41' Mackie finds Browne who gets into the area and his cross is knocked away with Sykes waiting to pounce.
48' Great positive run down the left by Browne who reaches the byline and crosses. Carruthers gets his shot away but it's cleared off the line.
49' Graham crosses deep from the right. Browne wins the header which goes across the face of goal.
60' SUBS for United: Samir Carruthers and Marcus Browne are replaced by James Henry and Luke Garbutt.

Next Match: Sat 23rd February vs Blackpool (a)

Vashon Neufville

not in squad

Next Match: Sat 23rd February vs MK Dons (a)

Oladapo Afolayan

not in squad

Next Match: Sat 23rd February vs Bury (a)

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Re: Hammers On Loan 2018/19

Postby Cuenca 'ammer on Sat Feb 23, 2019 3:00 pm

amazing that Nuefville went up there with all that accolade, played about 10 minutes after signing in the cup and doesn't seem to have kicked a ball in anger ever since
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Re: Hammers On Loan 2018/19

Postby Swiss Pauli on Sat Feb 23, 2019 5:45 pm

Oxford sent off in the 92nd minute of Augsburg's 5-1 defeat away to Freiburg.
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Re: Hammers On Loan 2018/19

Postby LeonRivers on Sun Feb 24, 2019 1:51 am

Today's Fixtures:

Marcus Browne

not in squad

Next Match: Sat 2nd March vs Scunthorpe (h)

Jordan Hugill

Jordan played 12 minutes as Middlesbrough won 2-0 at home to QPR. This was his 30th appearance of the season.

Next Match: Sat 2nd March vs Wigan (a)

Edimilson Fernandes

Next Match: Sun 24th February vs Internazionale (h)

Josh Cullen

Josh played as Charlton came from behind to win 2-1 at AFC Wimbledon.

LIVE TWEETS:

10' Cullen dispossessed in his own half, Pigott fires just wide from 20 yards.
54' Cullen sends in a perfect cross for the unmarked Marshall who heads off target, but the flag is up anyway.
57' Great block from Cullen on the edge of the box. Took one right where it hurts.
63' CLOSE! Great save to keep out Cullen's volley from 10 yards at the near post.

Next Match: Sat 2nd March vs Doncaster (a)

Vashon Neufville

not in squad

Next Match: Sat 2nd March vs Carlisle (h)

Moses Makasi

Moses played 71 minutes as Stevenage lost 1-2 at home to Northampton.

LIVE TWEETS:

38' - A great run from Moses Makasi following a Northampton corner pushes us all the way up the field and wins us a corner.
71' - Second Stevenage SUB. Emmanuel Sonupe replaces Moses Makasi after he has given 100% this afternoon.

Next Match: Sat 2nd March vs Oldham (a)

Sead Haksabanovic

Next Match: Sun 24th February vs Assyriska IK (a) - Swedish Cup Group Stage

Toni Martinez

Next Match: Sun 24th February vs Elche (h)

Joe Powell

Joe played 71 minutes as Northampton won 2-1 at Stevenage. He scored his first career goal to open the game's scoring. He was cautioned early in the match for a late tackle. He currently has 45% of the Man of the Match votes on the club's twitter feed.

MATCH REPORT:
"The visitors took the lead after pouncing on Luther James-Wildin's mistake in the 19th minute. Forward Sam Hoskins won the ball deep in the Stevenage half before finding Joe Powell, who slotted into the net."

LIVE TWEETS:

5' Hoskins heads over from Joe Powell's cross.
8' Neat play in midfield by Powell to find Turnbull, his searching ball is put behind for a corner. Powell drills the ball towards the back-post where it's headed behind for another corner.
14' Joe Powell catches Stevenage's Michael Timlin midway inside our half and is shown a yellow card.
16' Bridge is lively out on the left wing and is fouled 30 yards out. Powell crosses into the area, the initial cross is cleared before Hoskins' effort is blocked for a corner.
20' Joe Powell opens his Cobblers account! Hoskins has the ball on the edge of the area and has the vision to spot Powell's run, he then remains composed to finish past Farman. Get in!
39' Sordell's pressure forces a corner over on the right side, a short corner is worked to Powell but O'Toole can't quite a get a shot away from the cross.
45+1' Bridge has a corner on the left side, it's worked short again between himself and Powell but Taylor's header at the back-post finds the side-netting.
55' Great work from Jack Bridge, he picks the ball up midway inside his own half before charging to the edge of the Stevenage area but his cross is just too heavy for Powell at the back-post.
71' Keith Curle also makes a change as goalscorer Joe Powell is replaced by Andy Williams.

Match Highlights: https://www.skysports.com/football/stev ... ton/394051" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

Next Match: Sat 2nd March vs Crewe (a)

Oladapo Afolayan

Oladapo made his professional debut, coming on for the final 14 minutes as Oldham lost 3-1 at Bury.

Next Match: Sat 2nd March vs Stevenage (a)

Reece Oxford

Reece was sent off in injury time as Augsburg lost 5-1 at Freiburg. He completed 58 of 68 passes (85%). Reece won 6 aerial duels, the highest of the match. He was awarded a final match rating of 6.00

Next Match: Fri 1st March vs Borussia Dortmund (a)

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Re: Hammers On Loan 2018/19

Postby djoe on Sun Feb 24, 2019 11:54 am

Swiss Pauli wrote:Oxford sent off in the 92nd minute of Augsburg's 5-1 defeat away to Freiburg.


saw that game. Oxford had a nightmare. Freiburg's attackers just ran him over.
He got so frustrated by that he kicked out at an attacker, probably miss a couple of games now with that red card.

Only player worth looking at Augsburg is Philipp Max ( left back).
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Re: Hammers On Loan 2018/19

Postby LeonRivers on Mon Feb 25, 2019 1:42 am

Sunday's Continental Fixtures:

Edimilson Fernandes

Edi played as Fiorentina came from 1-3 down to draw 3-3 with Inter Milan. He completed 26 of 28 passes (93% - the highest of any player with more than 5 completed passes) and made 2 interceptions. He was awarded a final match rating of 6.01.

Next Match: Weds 27th February vs Atalanta (h)

Sead Haksabanovic

Sead played as Norrköping won 2-0 at Assyriska in the FA Cup group stage. He assisted the second goal following a short corner. The match was played indoors, to a crowd of 522!

MATCH REPORT:
"Then Jordan Larsson and Sead Haksabanovic had found each other a number of times and also produced a 2–0 goal. Haksabanovic met a short corner, turned up and advanced along the short line. At the first bar Larsson appeared and poked his second goal in as many matches. "I thought I got a little touch and it went into the far," said Jordan Larsson. The interaction with Haksabanovic improved in the second half. "He looked a little more towards me and we played some more combinations. It's a fantastic player that I enjoy playing with" said Jordan.

Next Match: Sat 2nd March vs Eskilstuna (h) - Swedish Cup Group Stage

Toni Martinez

Toni played as Lugo twice came from behind to draw 2-2 with Elche. He was booked in the first half.

Next Match: Sun 3rd March vs Real Oviedo (h)

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