West Ham United fans here in the Tavern will be hoping for improvements next season, as the Hammers struggled to ensure consistency in the current campaign.
David Moyes has struggled to ensure consistency since he arrived at the London Stadium back in November, but many of our local residents are pleased that he was able to ensure survival.
So, with plenty of negatives to take from what has been a rather disappointing campaign in the Premier League, the club can now look to strengthen over the course of the summer transfer window.
Indeed, a number of the club’s first-team members didn’t do a particularly good job on the field, as mistakes often cost the Hammers at the most desperate of times. And, with the club possibly looking to secure a European spot next season, perhaps a major overhaul will need to be conducted over the course of the summer.
Therefore, with many of our local residents hoping for a better season next time round, here’s a look at TWO West Ham United players that are to blame for the club’s awful season…
The Mexican had a season to forget as he struggled to come to terms with Premier League football, with many of our local residents wanting to see him gone in the summer transfer window.
Sadly, the former Manchester United striker has failed to live up to expectations as a complete waste of money.
So, having failed to score a sufficient amount of goals in what has been a disastrous campaign for both himself and the Hammers, it looks as if the 29-year-old’s career will be all downhill from here.
Joe Hart has struggled to ensure consistency in recent years, and he found this difficult once again in the current campaign.
Indeed, the 31-year-old has already been denied a World Cup lifeline and his current club West Ham United don’t look too impressed either, as he will be playing his football at another club next season.
So, having done more harm than good in the current campaign, West Ham United supporters won’t be too disappointed to see him go at the end of the season.Like what the TT have on offer? Sign up for more notifications!