The Hammers in the Transfer Tavern aren’t happy with comments made by manager David Moyes. The ex-Manchester United, Everton and Sunderland manager has claimed that the club have got games left this season which they know they can results from, though that’s not something that’s gone down well amongst our punters. Indeed, this has led to fans of the club questioning the club’s ambition, especially considering the Hammers have lost their last two league games 4-1 at the hands of Liverpool and Swansea.
West Ham fans aren’t happy with the apparent attitude of manager David Moyes at the moment after he made comments saying that the club know they have games left which they can get something from. Moyes was appointed as manager at the London Stadium back in early November. However, he didn’t pick up his first win until just over a month later when he masterminded a huge 1-0 win at home to Chelsea in December.
West Ham are currently sitting in 14th in the Premier League but are only three points clear of the relegation zone with only nine games left to play. However, with a few tough fixtures left against Burnley, Chelsea, Arsenal, Manchester City and Leicester, nothing is certain for the relegation-threatened London club.
Here’s what the West Ham fans had to say:
Yeah well Swansea was one of our best opportunities
— joe harris (@1joeee) 5 March 2018
I considered Saturday to be one of those games myself. Obviously Moyes & the team didn’t.
— Gary Mills (@GaryMillsy) 5 March 2018
— West Ham Rambles (@WestHamRambles) March 5, 2018
Get “something” from? Should be no less than a win! So negative!
— sussexhammer89 (@harryd257) March 5, 2018
Everything about West ham is embarrassing now, from the board to the players, fans deserve more
— James Field (@jamesfield2012) March 5, 2018
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Game was awful and if this continues we could easily get relegated – need positivity realism and three wins at least – summer rebuild urgently required
— Patrick Frost (@frostefroste) March 5, 2018