David Moyes was frustrated when he was asked about the West Ham protests planned for Saturday.
Manager David Moyes has revealed that West Ham players have been supplied with hand gel in their cars and agreed not to shake hands at the training ground to prevent the possible transmission of Coronavirus.
Forgotten Hammer Andriy Yarmolenko has taken a step closer to a return to first team selection after playing a behind doors games against Spurs earlier this week. David Moyes told reporters earlier today at Rush Green that the Ukraine midfielder played an hour of a practise game but was still feeling this thigh after the game and he has yet to rejoin first team training.
With the Hammers desperately needing to win what do you think the result will be against the Saints?
David Moyes is refusing to dub tomorrow’s game as the biggest of the season so far insisting instead that “every game is the biggest of the season.”
This is what we call manager speak – a time when much is said but little is learned other than the guy in charge is going through his duty of talking to the media at all.
Indeed much of what he had to say, notably on Jarrod Bowen’s possible involvement from the start, he has already said before each of the previous two games and we are still no closer discovering whether or not he will line up against Southampton.
Instead we are once again reminded that he signed the likes of Phil Jagielka, Leighton Baines and Tim Cahill and that it took them various lengths of time to settle into his Everton team of the time.
Err, what does that mean?
“If we are signing a player from Hull and hoping him to be a saviour, I think that’s unfair, but he’s looking very good and very sharp.”
Southampton’s Nathan Redmond will miss the match at the Hammers tomorrow but the squad is set to be boosted by the return of Kyle Walker-Peters.
Bowen – hoping for a start
Restrictions on the number of loan deals clubs can agree will come into force next season, the world football’s governing body FIFA has announced.
The Premier League is holding secret briefing sessions with clubs over plans and preparations for the spread of the Coronavirus.