West Ham have once again showcased our famed Academy of Football with potential stars immerging to make the headlines.

Our Hammers capped off our home Premier League campaign with a thrilling second half display against Luton Town on Saturday, which saw 3 goals to overcome the 1-0 defecit from the first period, a result that comdemmed Luton to the Championship next season.

Although going into the game, the big story was the fact it was the final one at the London Stadium for David Moyes as manager of the club, after 4.5 years at the helm, which has seen the club lift its first major trophy in 43 years.

However, it was only one of a number of stories on Saturday, with Irons fans treated to a snap shot of what the future holds in east London, with Kaelan Casey making his debut and George Earthy getting his first senior goal in his second appearance – with his first touch of the ball.

It was a moment that will live on in the memory for all West Ham fans, and its also one that we all hope sees the latest stars from the Academy go on to be huge successes at the club.

Our Podcast co-host and club insider ExWHUEmployee provided his view on what was a special day for all connected with West Ham, as we now look forward to a new chapter in the east end of London.

“I am delighted that we turned a very poor first half into a great second half and result,” stated Ex after the game. “Absolutely buzzing for George Earthy. He is West Ham through and through and what a way to respond to his last home game set back.

“The lad is ever talented and already creating a great story. I am also very pleased that Kaelan Casey made his debut who is a top talent. Credit to Dave Hunt (former head of academy recruitment) who brought them to the club and has added to his long list of players he brought to play for the club.

“This then gave David Moyes a great send off which he fully deserved. I’m glad the home season ended like on that positive note.”

West Ham now have one final match to play on the final day, which is shaping up to be a title decider, as Moyes’ final game is against champions Manchester City at the Etihad.

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