Many West Ham United fans were not impressed to witness Sebastien Haller playing well for his new club and used it as an opportunity to slam their club’s owners once again.
The 26-year-old left the London Stadium last month to join Ajax for £20.25m, after spending just 18 months with the Hammers and he scored twice as the Amsterdam giants toppled rivals PSV Eindhoven 2-1 in the Dutch KNVB Cup.
Were GSB right to sell Sebastien Haller for £20.25 million?
Yes, he's gone
No, terrible business
Surprisingly, manager David Moyes opted not to dip into the transfer market for another striker, leaving just Michail Antonio as the club’s only out-and-out centre-forward available for selection.
Because of this, the supporters were incensed with the decision not to replace the Ivorian frontman and were quick to make their feelings clear towards the club’s owners David Gold, David Sullivan and Karen Brady.
GSB feel the wrath of these West Ham fans
“So much disrespect for the Dutch league, selling Haller without a replacement is bad management”
“I backed the guy but the reality is we should have got a new striker and moved on”
“Too many people being negative and slating him every week and he would’ve performed like that for us. Simple as”
“Although he was useless, we shouldn’t have sold if we were not gonna buy”
“Whether you backed him or not, selling him without a replacement is embarrassing”
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