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Hammers set to regret the one who got away – West Ham New

West Ham United’s modest offer for Ronnie Edwards of Peterborough United, which was flatly refused, seems to demonstrate the fact that they are now only interested in big-name players during transfer windows.

I’ve known Posh’s director of football Barry Fry for a very long time, and I began my career as a football reporter for the neighborhood evening paper when Noel Cantwell took over as manager.

“Bazza” is a top man who is knowledgeable about good players, therefore if he asserts that Edwards might compete with Mooro, like he did on CandH, I won’t argue with him.Matthew Etherington, a former member of the Hammers, is among the notable players who have played for Peterborough United, a respectable club that develops players.

Ivan Toney, Dwight Gayle, Jimmy Bullard, and Jimmy Quinn, another former Hammer who joined the Posh later in his career after leaving the Hammers, are some others who have appeared over the years.

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With the exception of Flynn Downes, who was sent to the Saints as part of the James Ward-Prowse deal this season, it appears like the Hammers are only considering marquee players who cost a lot more money to sign.

Knowing Bazza’s track record and his affection for the Hammers, I’m honestly surprised that they passed on Edwards.

They might regret it at roughly £6 million, and Edwards will be the one who escaped.


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