Konstantinos Mavropanos-aka-Dinos-is planning a long career at-West HamDinos here for the long haul

Dinos aka Konstantinos Mavropanos is planning a long stay at The London Stadium.

West Ham’s recent cup exploits, including a hard-fought 1-0 victory over Olympiacos in the UEFA Europa League and a convincing 3-1 win against Arsenal in the Carabao Cup, have given fans a distraction form our poor league form. Defender Konstantinos Mavropanos (aka Dinos) is optimistic that the team can carry this winning momentum into their upcoming Premier League clash against Nottingham Forest.

The triumph over Olympiacos saw West Ham seize control of Group A in the Europa League, setting us at top of the group with two games left to play. Mavropanos, who played a crucial role in maintaining defensive solidity during the closely contested match, expressed his satisfaction with the team’s collective effort.

Dinos is plans a long stay in East London

Despite recent Premier League results falling short of expectations, Mavropanos believes that West Ham’s hard work will soon translate into victories. Addressing the defensive lapses in recent league games, he stated, “We’ve conceded a few silly goals but we’re working very hard and I think the wins will come for us, particularly after we’ve shown what we can do in this game against Olympiacos.”

Dinos pleased to break into Moyes team

Reflecting on his experiences with West Ham, Mavropanos highlighted the enjoyable atmosphere within the club and expressed his desire to contribute positively. Having played the full 90 minutes in each of West Ham’s European matches this season and securing his first Premier League start against Brentford, the Greek international is eager to continue making significant contributions.

As West Ham fans nervously anticipate the upcoming league clash against Nottingham Forest, Mavropanos’s confidence and the team’s recent successes in cup competitions provide reasons to believe that a strong Premier League performance is on the horizon. The defender’s commitment and optimism reflect the collective determination within the squad to make their mark across all competitions. Whether David Moyes actually plays the defender against Forest is another matter.


By Gonzo

West Ham fan for as long as I can remember. I was flukey enough to watch The Irons beat Bury 10-0 in my first ever game . . . True to form, West Ham then went out and signed their central defender 😬

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