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Last week ago we looked at how West Ham’s under-23s had bounced back from relegation to embark on an unbeaten league campaign in PL2 division two.

Odubeko is particularly standing out as a special talent, as are Diallo, Caiger and Ashby, who will be hoping for more regular under-23 game time if and when the season resumes.



But, much like the under-23s, the Hammers look in decent shape at the younger age groups.



There was an overhaul at Chadwell Heath as in came Ricky Martin and Dmitri Halajko to replace Terry Westley and Liam Manning.

The under-18s have gone unbeaten at home so far this season with six wins and three draws from their nine home games to sit second in the league, three points behind Fulham who they were set to face before the Covid-19 outbreak suspended football at all levels and age groups.

But there are other youngsters as well, an age group below at under-18, who have been having a decent campaign themselves after a change of management as well.

Into midfield and the youngsters have used plenty of players this campaign but the mainstays are Daniel Chesters, Keenan Appiah-Forson and Jake Giddings for the early part of the campaign.
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