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West Ham: Fans rage as photo emerges

West Ham: Fans rage as photo emerges - West Ham News

Some West Ham United fans are far from happy with a picture of four of the club’s players showing off a new range of Hammers merchandise.

The 2020/21 campaign was a magnificent one for the Irons as they finished in sixth place in the Premier League table, meaning they will be competing in the Europa League group stages next term. As such, preparations for the next season are already underway, both on and off the pitch.

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As David Moyes and the board look to bring in new players, a new line of what appears to be West Ham training merchandise has been released. A photo including Aaron Cresswell, Declan Rice, Jarrod Bowen and Mark Noble has emerged sporting the new gear, and it has not gone down well with some supporters.

Do you like this new gear?





The image was shared on Twitter by @WestHam_Central with the caption “These are awful”, and it attracted plenty of attention from supporters. These took to the social media platform to share their thoughts on the photo.

Let’s see what these West Ham fans had to say about the image

“certainly are #horrid.”

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“Nobes is fuming”

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“We all support England as well as our own teams but it’s embarrassing we only have two players that are possible selections…and they come up with this. Lol”

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“That couldn’t look more plastic if they tried”

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