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'Yes I said it': Curtis Woodhouse admits on Twitter that he got it so wrong about Declan Rice

Curtis Woodhouse has taken to Twitter and admitted that he got it completely wrong about West Ham United star Declan Rice.

The 23-year-old has been truly unbelievable for the Hammers and England over the past couple of years.

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Rice is now widely regarded to be one of the very best players in his specific position in world football.

The West Ham fans have known this for quite some time but it seems as though those outside of the London Stadium are slowly beginning to catch on.

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Every week it seems as though another pundit creeps out from under the woodwork and admits that they got it wrong with their initial verdicts on Declan Rice.

And there is yet another one to add to the ever growing list this morning…

Curtis Woodhouse makes Declan Rice admission

The 41-year-old, who played for Sheffield United and Birmingham City during his footballing career, turned to boxing in 2006 and went on to become a British light-welterweight champion.

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He is very active on Twitter nowadays, sharing his views and opinions on both football and boxing.

Woodhouse took to Twitter today when asked about Rice’s £150 million valuation. West Ham are demanding the huge fee for the 23-year-old’s services according to The Daily Mail.

And Woodhouse firmly believes that he’s worth every penny:

Well said Curtis and he’s absolutely spot on. It takes a big man to admit when they were wrong.

Declan Rice is a sensational footballer and he continues to go from strength to strength under the guidance of David Moyes at the London Stadium.

The 23-year-old has been a standout performer in the Premier League and in Europe this season.

Let’s hope that the West Ham owners show some real ambition in the transfer market in the summer that will help convince Dec to remain in East London for at least a few more years.

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