Andrew Robertson says West Ham have two great players who are 'full of quality'
West Ham United duo Tomas Soucek and Vladimir Coufal are “full of quality”, according to Liverpool ace Andrew Robertson.
Soucek joined the Hammers permanently last summer for a reported £19million following a successful loan spell at the London Stadium.
Coufal, meanwhile, arrived in October for just over £5million, linking up with his former Slavia Prague teammate in east London.
Both players have been superb for David Moyes’ side, helping them qualify for the Europa League by finishing in the Premier League’s top six.
Now, both players are set for Czech Republic duty, with Euro 2020 on the horizon, and they’re in the same group as Scotland, England and Croatia.
Robertson, who captains Scotland, is likely to be up against both players when the two nations face off on 14 June.
“We’ve got a tough group,” the Liverpool defender told PLZ Soccer.
“We played Czech Republic in the Nations League and the away game… they’re an incredibly tough team.
“I’ve played against Soucek and Coufal from West Ham and I know how good they are, they’re full of quality.”
West Ham have had a season way above expectations, and they were even in contention for a Champions League spot for a while.
Now, attention turns to international football, and Hammers fans will be eagerly watching how their two Czech stars get on.
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