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Following the incidents at Rush Green, Moyes is no longer able to overlook the “crazy” West Ham player.

Callum Marshall, a young player for West Ham United, provides David Moyes more fuel for thought.

Callum Marshall is a teenage forward who has the potential to be a true talent, as West Ham supporters have long understood.

For a time now, the 18-year-old has been a constant bright spot for the U21 team, and he doesn’t seem to be letting up.

Marshall added a hat-trick to his total on Friday, October 27, as the Irons defeated Middlesbrough 5-0 at Rush Green.

⚽️ Callum Marshall’s stats for @WestHam U21’s this season are just crazy!!

1⃣0⃣ Apps

1⃣5⃣ Goals

8⃣3⃣4⃣ Mins Played

5⃣5⃣ Mins per Goal

2⃣ Hat-Tricks

2⃣ Assists pic.twitter.com/LvDSKF9apq

— Marshall Gillespie (@NIStats) October 28, 2023

Football statistician Marshall Gillespie, a freelancer, noted on Twitter on October 28 that his season’s numbers are just “crazy.”

The youth international for Northern Ireland has participated in ten matches and scored fifteen goals, including two hat-tricks and two braces.

A closer look at the numbers reveals that Marshall is scoring one goal every 55 minutes, which is an incredible output by any measure.

This comes after the team won the FA Youth Cup and the Under-18 Premier League South after scoring 23 goals in the 2022–2023 campaign.

Marshall has undoubtedly been on David Moyes’ radar for some time, and it’s possible that he is forced to give the young player a first-team opportunity.

Although there are a lot of games coming up, Marshall shouldn’t be rushed into the starting lineup for a Premier League match.

The Hammers have more Europa League matches coming up in addition to an EFL Cup matchup with Arsenal, which is ideal for developing young players.

On Sunday, October 29, Marshall turns 19, which, as unbelievable as it may sound, is no longer considered a very young age in football terms.

You’re old enough, if you’re talented enough. Furthermore, Marshall’s current game does not warrant him to be on the senior team’s bench anytime soon.

Marshall has only been used as a substitute once thus far, during the 1-0 EFL Cup victory at Lincoln City, but his opportunity will undoubtedly present itself shortly.

Danny Ings’s United career never really took off, and Michail Antonio is having trouble, so the in-form teenager can be a solid option coming off the bench.

Following his most recent standout performance against Middlesbrough, Marshall has made it so that he can no longer be disregarded.

In other West Ham news, Stan Collymore has made a prediction on Sunday’s (October 29) “iffy” United vs. Everton match.



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