Coach Moyes, “adjustment problems” to a 196cm tall striker who ‘heats up the bench’

 West Ham United’s ambitious recruit Gianluca Skamaca (24) has missed seven consecutive league games in recent days. Director David Moyes (60) explained the reason.

The British ‘Daily Mail’ reported on the 13th (Korean time), “West Ham United manager David Moyes explained the reason for Gianluca Scarmaka’s absence.”

Standing 196cm tall, Skamaca is a striker with excellent dribbling and footwork skills, scoring 16 goals in 36 league appearances last season for Genoa CFC. 

West Ham paid a large transfer fee of 36 million euros (about 50 billion won) and ambitiously recruited Scarmaka, but there are not many full-time appearances. In addition, after the match against Wolverhampton Wanderers on January 14, he suffered a knee injury and missed three games, and even after returning, he stayed on the bench for four consecutive league games.

In response, coach Moyes said, “We know that Skamaka must be in better shape than he is now. He must regain his true self.”

“No manager wants to start a bad team. They use players who can win. You always have to prepare the best team,” Moyes said. 토토사이트

“I think it’s a problem with Skamaka’s adaptation. We want him to get better results. The reason we like him is because he plays with his back in front of the opponent’s goal. But we haven’t seen this a lot in recent training. I couldn’t,” he added.

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