Callum Wilson can’t believe what he heard West Ham fans chanting in game vs Newcastle United

Callum Wilson expressed his surprise at the chants coming from West Ham United fans during the Newcastle United game before the international break. In a recent episode of the Footballer’s Football Podcast, where he was joined by Michail Antonio, he discussed the 2-2 draw that took place a couple of weeks ago at the London Stadium. This match was quite engaging, with David Moyes’ team fighting back from a 2-1 deficit, courtesy of a brace by Alexander Isak.

West Ham managed to secure a draw thanks to Mohamed Kudus’ late equalizer, even though they had initially taken an early lead through Tomas Soucek. On that particular day, Wilson was on the bench as Eddie Howe decided to start Isak as the main striker for Newcastle United. The Englishman playfully teased West Ham fans about one of their chants.


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Wilson can’t believe what he heard West Ham fans singing during Newcastle game

Speaking on the Footballer’s Football Podcast, Wilson expressed his surprise at the comments he heard from West Ham fans during a game. He humorously recalled the moment when he was sitting on the bench, taking in the atmosphere, and heard the West Ham fans chanting, “European champions, you’ll never sing that.” Wilson couldn’t help but draw a comparison to Michail Antonio’s pride in West Ham’s single European trophy win, jokingly pointing out that it seemed like they didn’t have many other chants.

He emphasized that it was a new season, and if he were to win the Europa League, he would be ecstatic, and his own fans would sing about it. He found it amusing that West Ham fans were still singing about being European champions, even while they were losing the game, seemingly trying to irritate the Newcastle fans, who were winning the match.

It’s worth noting that West Ham had won the Europa Conference League last season and were understandably proud of this achievement, which is why they continued to sing about it.

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