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    Unai Emery tries out surprise new defence for next year....

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    Well that might work! Though, this season Chelsea won't be as much of a
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    As a West Ham fan, I'm very happy with the transfers we got in for this season. I'm very glad we got Haller (as per the hilarious announcement video) rather than Gomez due to all the drama around him, which might have been the basis for future controversy, which we certainly have had enough of lately. Together with Fornals, a Wilshire in shape, Antonio and Lanzini our attack looks very potent. Though our defence is slightly further behind, we might see a lot of repeats of 4-3's against Huddersfield coming. We're particularly vulnerable if Fabianski gets injured, as our new backup isn't quite where Adrian was. Oh well, I'm still looking forward to seeing the lads play, I'm planning on crossing the North sea with a friend (United supporter) to watch the game. It'll be my first time at the London Stadium, I'm interested in seeing how it compares to Boleyn.
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