clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

Hammers Chat: A Cup of Tea with Geo & Gonzo - Episode 21

Geo and Gonzo discuss all the latest West Ham talk over a Cup of Tea

Arsenal v Stoke City - Premier League Photo by Clive Rose/Getty Images

Our good friends Geo and Gonzo from Hammers Chat discuss the latest rumours and rumblings surrounding West Ham United week-in, week-out - over yep, you guessed it... A Cup of Tea.

In this weeks episode the dynamic duo discuss everything from Theo Walcott's rumoured £25 million move to West Ham United, Henry Onyekuru's confirmed move to Everton (covered here), Scott Parker's retirement earlier today (covered here), West Ham rejecting Tigres' offer for Enner Valencia (covered here) and Reece Burke potentially re-joining Phil Parkinson at Bolton! (covered here)

Talking about the rumours linking Walcott to West Ham, Gonzo said;

"I think it's a good deal, I think £25 million is a very good deal."

"We're not in a position where we can turn our nose up at players like that at West Ham, we're not that size of club yet."

"I think what he is, is he's proven and he can score goals in the Premier League and he's got pace to burn, something that we need as well - and he can play as a striker."

Whereas Geo felt aggrieved at the thought of loaning out Joshua Cullen and Reece Burke once again;

"I'm really disappointed, I really wanted to see him (Burke). I thought if we're playing three centre-backs next season, that's when the opportunities arise."

"We had enough centre-midfielders, however now we've sold Nordtveit we're not exactly plush in that area. I wanted to see him (Cullen) next season, even if it was just coming off the bench a few times."

"I'm disappointed for both Cullen and Burke but only time will tell."

You can watch the full episode right here:

You can find Hammers Chat here:




Don't forget you can have your say with the guys over at Hammers Chat by going and subscribing at this link here, you can also interact with them on their live shows and have your say!