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Hammers trial goalkeeper


Filed: Tuesday, 19th March 2013
By: Staff Writer


Triallist Jordan Santiago played a full 90 minutes for a West Ham XI as they beat a Queens Park Rangers XI 3-1.

The 21-year-old Canadian, who spent four years with Cardiff City before being released last summer featured as United ran out 3-1 winners against an experienced Rangers team this afternoon.

All three goals on the day were scored by Blair Turgott; you may view highlights from the game below (video courtesy of westham.tv).

Also featuring in the game as a second-half substitute was Dylan Tombides, West Ham's 19-year-old striker who was making his first appearance for several months since receiving further treatment for cancer.



West Ham Utd: Santiago, Spence, McCartney, Tomkins, Ruddock, Moncur, Taylor, Turgott, Bywater, Chamakh, Paulista.

Subs: Baxter, Driver, Marlow, Shaw, D.Tombides.

QPR: Murphy, Young, Doughty, Derry, Onouha, Ehmer, Mackie, Granero, Bothroyd, Taarabt, Hoilett.

Subs: Sutherland, Magri, Hitchcock, Brown, Shariff, Lumley.





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by CuriousKirk
09:35PM 19th Mar 2013
''Keen performance from the lads. I'm very excited by what I've seen from Turgott. I just hope his development into the first team can be seamless and effective. The rest of the boys looked tidy today as well.

Congrats to Tombides for getting back in there too! COYI!''

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