West Ham United midfielder Tomas Soucek is now a ‘question mark’ for tonight Conference League match against FCSB after picking up a foot injury.
The Lowdown: Irons injuries mount…
The Irons have been dealt a number of first team injuries since the start of this 2022/2023 Premier League campaign.
Defenders Craig Dawson and Aaron Cresswell are currently out of action alongside exciting young full-back Ben Johnson, not to mention summer signing Nayef Aguerd is still on the mend after his pre-season knock (Twitter).
West Ham are having to content with a jam-packed fixture schedule in the build up this year’s winter World Cup in Qatar and need every available man at their disposal.
However, in a worry for manager David Moyes, it appears Soucek has now joined the list of players with fitness problems.
The Latest: Soucek doubt before FCSB…
As West Ham gear up to take on Romanian side FCSB in tonight’s UEFA Europa Conference League, it appears the Czech Republic international has picked up a foot injury.
Relaying Moyes’ team news update, journalist Roshane Thomas shares on Twitter that Soucek has picked up a ‘foot injury’ and is now a ‘question mark’ for tonight’s clash at the London Stadium.
The Verdict: Potential blow…
Given doubts now surround Soucek’s involvement his evening, supporters will be hoping the knock isn’t too serious for West Ham’s games ahead.
The 27-year-old is an untouchable in Moyes’ starting eleven, coming as one of six Irons players to start every single league game so far this season.
His latest contribution, an equalising goal against Spurs in West Ham’s derby clash recently, is a glimpse of what he can offer when playing at peak form.
A colossal physical presence in midfield, Moyes will need him fit and firing for what will be a tough run-in before Qatar.
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