wnol.info February 19 2018


Patrice Evra nears Premier League return with West Ham medicals scheduled

February 19 2018, 07:47 | Van Peters

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Patrice Evra still has a fine engine in him to get and down the pitch and deliver quality crosses, in addition to that Evra has the experience of playing in high-pressure situations which West Ham find themselves in with the Hammers still in a relegation battle.

Evra received a ban for the incident, which means he can not play in any UEFA tournaments.

The Frenchman also began his professional career in Italy with lower-League sides Marsala and Monza.

"It happened really fast".

Patrice Evra of Manchester United celebrates his goal during the UEFA Champions League Quarter Final second leg match between FC Bayern Muenchen and Manchester United at Allianz Arena on.

Disenchanted West Ham fans vented their anger towards owners David Sullivan and David Gold during Saturday's defeat at Brighton.

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David Moyes, clearly a fan of Evra from his own ill-fated stint at Manchester United in 2013/14, will view him as a positive influence around the dressing room, as West Ham prepare themselves for a battle against the drop.

West Ham did not reply when contacted for comment by Press Association Sport on Tuesday evening.

The veteran is likely to provide cover for Aaron Cresswell and, as he's a free agent, can be signed outside of the transfer window, according to the The Times.

"They might be 26 or 27, they might be 23, but they won't be 32". They recently lost left-back Arthur Masuaku to a five-game ban for spitting during a game against Huddersfield.

West Ham now have a number of players sidelined through injury, while left-sided player Arthir Masuaku is unavailable until the middle of March through suspension.

Evra saw his contract with Marseille terminated by mutual consent in November following the French defender's seven-month ban from UEFA competitions.



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