Having seen two players in the form of Aaron Cresswell and Arthur Masuaku look good going forward but shabby in defence at left-back over the last couple of years, it’s a relief that we’ve got a young right-back who can do both.
After the match, he spoke to the club about the immense support of the Claret & Blue Army, his desire for more game time and the importance of keeping up his hard work – impressive comments too.
Fellow fans were overjoyed with our new homegrown hero when reacting to his words…
— Joshua (@SchroerJr) March 2, 2020
Ngakia sounds grounded and hungry and, at 19 years of age, could be a long term solution to West Ham’s must publicised RB problems. Ngakia has been superb in his first three appearances for the club – especially considering he has played against Liverpool in two of those.
— Josh Verrills (@WestHamJoshV) March 2, 2020
— ⚒Jack Redmond🏴🇬🇧 (@JackRedmond12_) March 2, 2020
He’s been quality so far⚒
— George (@georgemoss77) March 2, 2020
Great player with bags of potential. Once again, Chelsea’s loss is our gain as with Dec.
— ⚒ Mansfield Hammer ⚒ (@MansfieldHammer) March 2, 2020
What a lad. Been top drawer since coming in.
— Deakin (@deakin_89) March 2, 2020
Give him the armband
— KD (@Kirk_NPT) March 2, 2020
The new Glen Johnson. Hopefully he sticks around a bit longer.
— Sam Wilson (@westhamsamwil) March 2, 2020
@Jeremy_jn7 exactly the attitude the fans crave. First 3 performances should be just the start for you, keep it up!
— JIM Woodsford (@jimwoodsford30) March 2, 2020
What a player he is becoming⚒
— Bradley Sapsford⚒ (@bradsapsford) March 2, 2020