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Moses joins the Pilgrims

Filed: Wednesday, 31st January 2018
By: Staff Writer

Academy prospect Moses Makasi has completed a transfer deadline day move to League One Plymouth Argyle.

The 22-year-old defensive midfielder will spend the remainder of the 2017/18 season on loan at Home Park after agreeing to join the Pilgrims - who are currently 13th in the table - on loan.

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Makasi - who has captained West Ham's Under 23s on several occasions - has been a member of West Ham's Academy since 2014 when he signed his first professional contract.

Yet to play a single game for the first team, his only previous loan spell was with Chelmsford City.

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