Wednesday 30 April 2014

Ravel Reveals his Real Motivations


As Hammers joint-Chairman David Gold seized the opportunity in a radio interview to extoll the virtues of Ravel Morrison, the prodigal son took to twitter to reassure Hammers fans of his commitment to his current 'real' employers as well as to discount rumours that he will only return to an Allardyce-free regime by labelling such talk as nonsense while  emphasising a desire to simply play ball - under any manager!
With QPR facing the treacherous workings of the Championship play-offs, no doubt young Morrison will be anxious to get back to the Premiership action for next year and perhaps a spell alongside Joey Barton - a Premiership standard player languishing in the lower league due to his behavioural and attitudinal intricacies, Ravel will hopefully be realising the need to match talent with discipline if he is to reach the heights that many have set for him.

After a hugely successful 15 match loan peroid at QPR, that has included player of the month awards and six goals from midfield, his services will be in high demand as clubs look to build for 2014-15. Thankfully west Ham will have first call on his services asthey look to build a team fit for their soon to be new home at the Olympic Stadium.... Good to hear that he still knows that he is primarily a West Ham player!


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