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The official West Ham United website with news, tickets, shop, live match commentary, highlights, fixtures, results, tables, player profiles, West Ham TV and more...

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London Stadium Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

London, England, E20 2ST,

United Kingdom

+44 (0) 20 8114 2442

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they are sons of seven countries, but they have only one country

Dec 6, 2022

December 5, 2022 Achraf Hakimi – Paris Saint-Germain, Nayef Aguerd – West Ham United, Noussair Mazraoui – Bayern Munich, Sofyan Amrabat – Fiorentina, Youssef En-Nesyri – Sevilla and of course Hakim Ziyech from Chelsea. Perhaps these six are the best-known Moroccan footballers. Hakimi and Ziyech are downright world class. Only three of the twenty-six-member Moroccan squad play football back home, two in Saudi Arabia, and one each in Turkey and Qatar, the rest train without exception in European clubs, mostly in the five top leagues. Here’s another point why it would be a mistake to underestimate Morocco against Spain. Of course, this is not the end. No team finished the group stage at the World Cup in Qatar with nine points. Even with seven, only three: England, the Netherlands and Morocco. Wherever they were born, Morocco is their country There is a fourth one, which is perhaps more important than all of them. Unity, a little more pathetically, is patriotism. The players of the Moroccan national team are recruited from seven countries, we mean they were born in seven different countries, apart from Morocco, the majority were born in Belgium, then in the Netherlands, France, Spain, Italy and Canada. However, they did not forget their roots, even though they could have chosen the national team of their native country, they still found their way back to Morocco, which is more important to them than any other country. Those who were not born in Morocco Yassine Bounou – Montreal, Kanada Sofiane Boufal – Paris, France Walid Cheddira – Loreto, Italy We can also say that they have a sense of mission, as Achraf Hakimi talked about before the match against the Spaniards: – We want to change people’s thinking about the Arab world. To prove that the Arab teams can also compete with the Europeans. The World Cup is a perfect opportunity for this. Hakimi himself was born in Madrid, and he also revealed why, despite being invited, he did not become a member of the Spanish national team: – I was there for a few days with the other Spanish young people in Las Rozas, but somehow I didn’t feel at home. Nothing out of the ordinary happened, but I felt that this was not the world I absorbed at home. Arab culture, Moroccan roots. I wanted this. This is the feeling that drives the Moroccans at the World Cup in Qatar. And of course the fans’ enthusiasm, which – as has been in the news several times in recent days – exceeded the normal level several times. Of course, let’s also say that the Moroccan immigrants in Brussels only wanted to draw attention to the fact that they were competing with the Europeans… In Spain, they tried to get ahead of the events and called on the Moroccan community to behave calmly in both joy and sorrow. Morocco is facing the biggest match in its history Walid Regragui, the captain of the Moroccan national team, naturally spoke respectfully about the Spanish national team. – It will be a very difficult match against one of the best teams in the world, the Spaniards are among the biggest contenders – said the obligatory , then turned to his own team: – We also have our own values. We are preparing for the biggest match in the history of our football. It would be a big surprise if we beat the Spanish. Regragui said that before the World Cup, he prepared his players by making sure that every match was a final for them. Which of course is a cliché. He particularly liked his team’s performance against Canada. And he didn’t make a secret of the fact that they won’t try to keep the ball, they’ll leave that to the Spaniards, they just want to prevent them from scoring. “Our plan is that the Spaniards have no idea what to do with the ball,” Regragui stated confidently. Luis Enrique is very upset Photo: Ali Haider Luis Enrique has changed. This is the unanimous opinion of Spanish journalists. During the group stage, he behaved cheerfully at each press conference and joked with those present, but he was nervous before the match against Morocco. He also scolded the Spanish journalists for blaming him for the defeat against Japan. – We played poorly for only ten minutes. In fact, in three matches, our performance could be criticized in these ten minutes in total. Only ten out of two hundred and seventy (in fact, out of three hundred including the extensions). Don’t they feel they are being unfair to us? he asked back. And he didn’t even mention the fact that before the match against Japan, the Spanish press claimed that Spain would be better off if they only finished second, because then they would avoid Brazil in the quarter-finals. But first, you have to survive the round of 16, which doesn’t promise to be easy.

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West Ham United Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was West Ham United founded?

    West Ham United was founded in 1895.

  • Where is West Ham United's headquarters?

    West Ham United's headquarters is located at London Stadium, London.

  • What is West Ham United's latest funding round?

    West Ham United's latest funding round is Shareholder Liquidity.

  • Who are the investors of West Ham United?

    Investors of West Ham United include David Sullivan, Daniel Kretinsky and David Gold.

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