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West Ham fans on Twitter not convinced David Moyes has the same vision as Aaron Cresswell

The West Ham fans in the Transfer Tavern have been slating their Scottish manager, David Moyes after Aaron Cresswell’s comments. The 28-year-old left-back, whilst speaking to the West Ham website, claimed that the club have three games left and they’re not going to be negative about anything. He also claimed that he couldn’t care less who scores the goals, as long as the Hammers are picking up points.

West Ham fell to a 4-1 home defeat at the hands of the Premier League champions on Sunday, two Manchester City goals either side of a sublime Aaron Cresswell free-kick gave the Citizens their 30th win of the season and Pablo Zabaleta’s own goal brought up a century of goals for Guardiola’s side. The Hammers now have three league game left against Leicester, Manchester United and Everton as they look to guarantee Premier League football next season.

West Ham have struggled over the last few weeks and the fans have pinned that on the failings of ex-Manchester United and Sunderland manager, David Moyes. The 55-year-old was appointed at the back end of last year following Slaven Bilic’s sacking and despite dragging the Hammers out of the relegation zone, the fans still can’t wait to see the back of Moyes. Whilst the Irons propping our bar up are pleased with the attitude from Cresswell, the fact it’s not being mirrored by their manager has been a cause for concern.

You can read what our local Hammers think of Moyes amid Cresswell’s comments here:

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