West Ham suffered defeat last weekend. In the first Saturday kick-off of the 2019/20 Premier League season, the Hammers welcomed Manchester City to The London Stadium, and they got drummed 5-0, now, ahead of Brighton, things are getting worse.
The team news for Saturday’s trip to Brighton.https://t.co/7RXRMcaSpP
— West Ham United (@WestHam) August 15, 2019
After that 5-0 humiliation, the supporters must have thought that it can’t get much worse, getting trounced on the opening day in your back yard live on TV, but it seems that it can. The injury update has come in ahead of this weekend’s trip to Brighton and it isn’t pretty.
According to the West Ham website, both Sebastien Haller and Felipe Anderson are recovering from kicks that they found themselves on the wrong end of against Manchester City, and they’re now doubts, joining Mark Noble on the sidelines as the Irons travel to The Amex Stadium.
You can read the Hammers’ thoughts on the latest news here:
Seriously our players are made of glass. Couple of little kicks & they miss a game
— Gary Mills (@GaryMillsy) August 15, 2019
Didn’t take long lol. If we don’t have both of them expect a defeat.
— Sapper Mark (@Mdp_coyi66) August 15, 2019
One match into the season and the two most expensive players in club history already in doubt of missing the next match. Classic.
— Brooks Avery Lowell (@6ROOKS) August 15, 2019
Well we’ve lost.
— t-bone (@LWhatman) August 15, 2019
“We have some doubts with Anderson and Haller” Could it get any worse?
— Alfie Mcswiggan (@AlfieMcswiggan) August 15, 2019
Doubts over Haller AND Anderson? pic.twitter.com/ShlLXGYVtC
— San Pellegrini (@WestHamCF) August 15, 2019
And so it begins…
— Brian Pekar (@Bpeks96) August 15, 2019
The Irons, as you can clearly see, are far from happy with the latest update and will be desperate to get a result at Brighton despite their setbacks.Like what the TT have on offer? Sign up for more notifications!
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