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Re: Martin Samuelsen

Posted: Fri Aug 26, 2016 1:43 pm
by mcteeth
Again hadn't heard of this guy but seems to have generated some excitement, so hopefully good things to come.

Re: Martin Samuelsen

Posted: Fri Aug 26, 2016 3:49 pm
by Ethiaa
Gibbon wrote:Potentially good signing. But he looks a bit like Justin Bieber.
Appears others agree too

https://www.instagram.com/p/BJkz5i6Dzvq/

Re: Martin Samuelsen

Posted: Sat Aug 27, 2016 8:29 pm
by Paladin2
Posh fan (in peace)...

I just wanted to let you Rovers fans know that you've made a terrific loan signing. We were very lucky to have Martin Samuelsen at Posh last season and there was talk about him returning this season. Apparently West Ham wanted him to play at a higher level, which is fair enough. We were all gutted though.

Hope your manager uses Samuelsen properly, unlike the d!ckhead manager we had last season (Graham Westley) who left him on the bench most of the time

Don't be fooled by his boyish appearance; his skill on the ball is fantastic and he has a rare ability to beat defenders. And I don't just mean he knocks the ball past them and beats them with speed like, say, Theo Walcott. This boy has the skill we all dream of seeing in our team's shirt. You're in for a treat, trust me!

Re: Martin Samuelsen

Posted: Sun Aug 28, 2016 7:43 pm
by WacoRover
Paladin2 wrote:Posh fan (in peace)...

I just wanted to let you Rovers fans know that you've made a terrific loan signing. We were very lucky to have Martin Samuelsen at Posh last season and there was talk about him returning this season. Apparently West Ham wanted him to play at a higher level, which is fair enough. We were all gutted though.

Hope your manager uses Samuelsen properly, unlike the d!ckhead manager we had last season (Graham Westley) who left him on the bench most of the time

Don't be fooled by his boyish appearance; his skill on the ball is fantastic and he has a rare ability to beat defenders. And I don't just mean he knocks the ball past them and beats them with speed like, say, Theo Walcott. This boy has the skill we all dream of seeing in our team's shirt. You're in for a treat, trust me!
Paladin,
Thanks for the scouting report; I hope everything you say is true.

Good luck!

Re: Martin Samuelsen

Posted: Mon Aug 29, 2016 8:33 am
by wrinks_89
mrblackbat wrote:No, no, no, you're doing it wrong Eth. You're meant to be really pessimistic, and accuse anybody who suggests we aren't doomed of being negative.
Here we go :P

Re: Martin Samuelsen

Posted: Thu Sep 01, 2016 12:30 am
by Mr Rover Rover
I was speaking to my colleague about this guy and he's a West Ham fan in the know. He says that this guy is an amazing signing for us and that Hammers fans are really gutted he isn't playing in their first team this season. Very exciting prospect I reckon!

Re: Martin Samuelsen

Posted: Tue Nov 22, 2016 11:37 pm
by Dan
Samuelsen returns to West Ham
"Martin's family felt that he wanted to be starting games and at this moment in time we couldn't guarantee him that"
"So we agreed that it was in his best interest to return to West Ham."

Re: Martin Samuelsen

Posted: Wed Nov 23, 2016 8:03 am
by mrblackbat
:bye:

Re: Martin Samuelsen

Posted: Wed Nov 23, 2016 8:53 am
by Dan
Paladin2 wrote:Posh fan (in peace)...

...

Hope your manager uses Samuelsen properly, unlike the d!ckhead manager we had last season (Graham Westley) who left him on the bench most of the time
:?

Re: Martin Samuelsen

Posted: Sun Nov 27, 2016 4:36 am
by Paladin2
Posh fan in peace (again):

Bit surprised that it didn't work out. Sounds like he didn't get much game time at Rovers - same as happened at Posh last season.

I'd be interested to hear what you thought of Samuelsen when you did get to see him play.

Re: Martin Samuelsen

Posted: Mon Nov 28, 2016 1:56 pm
by ariversider
Saw him play once when he started in a night game (forgot who we we're playing) - looked gangly, awkward and lightweight with quick feet. Made absoluetly no impact in the game I saw him play - but like a Morten Gamst Pederson in his first game for us - needs to fill out and learn the physical side of the game - natural ability (not that he's shown it with us) will probably take him far