June 24, 2024

David Moyes, the manager of the Hammers, has broken some heartbreaking news to West Ham’s fantastic group of younger rising players.

Over the years, few have been better than West Ham in nurturing young, talented players.

The team is well-known for considering itself the “Academy of Football.”

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And in the last several seasons, West Ham has demonstrated why, with a number of promising young players emerging.

Last season, the gifted group won both the league and the FA Youth Cup, demonstrating their potential. Since the Joe Cole and Michael Carrick squad of 1999, the Hammers had not won the coveted FA Youth Cup before.

Young stars receive heartbreaking news from Moyes.
However, David Moyes has now broken some heartbreaking news to the fantastic young players of West Ham.

Sadly, a brutally honest Moyes states in an interview with the team’s official YouTube channel that it is getting more and harder for young players to succeed in the Premier League.
Initially, you must have seen enough of them to believe that they are prepared to practice and compete for the starting squad, according to Moyes.

“I regret to inform you that I believe it’s becoming more difficult for younger lads to enter so early. I think I’ve probably made the Premier League debuts of five 16-year-olds.

“I’ve had a lot of young players throughout my career,” the player said. When I made my debut at Celtic at the age of 18, I was a young player.

We are very conscious of the need to provide young players with opportunities. However, I believe that given the current state of the Premier League, it is much more difficult to give younger boys their debut.

The young (age) perhaps a few years ago was eighteen. However, I do believe that for Premier League players, it has shifted closer to 21.

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A concerning pattern of West Ham losing some of their best young players has emerged.

Declan Rice, a homegrown captain and talisman, then made a push to sign with Arsenal in the summer, and other first team players followed suit.

Divine Mukasa and Jamal Baptiste, both England youth internationals, have moved from West Ham to Manchester City.

Another England youth star from last year,

Amaro Nallo, another highly regarded England youth international, recently joined Liverpool, and Moyes was unable to stop him.

Furthermore, Divin Mubama, a teenage striker, is now refusing to sign a new deal with West Ham.

It’s a challenging circumstance for everyone involved. There isn’t much leeway for Moyes, or any Premier League manager, to give young players the lengthy playing time they frequently need to establish themselves.

When given the opportunity, young players must immediately and significantly impact the squad.

But these days, they are hard to come by.

Furthermore, even if they stay at West Ham until they are 21 or older in the hopes of getting in, they are not prepared for

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