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Ayew owns up on Hammers failures

Andre Ayew has admitted has admitted he could have given more to West Ham !

The former Hammers misfit has of course returned to his former club Swansea in an £18 million move amid allegations that it should never have happened given the Swans were serious relegation rivals at the time.

But Ayew has accepted that his move to the Irons was clearly not meant to be.

Speaking to the Independent he said:”I have to say it wasn’t the best, and did not go as we all wished for but that is football.

“I am disappointed and I felt it so hard that Slaven had to pay the price for disappointment.

“The consistency wasn’t there because of a lot of factors but check the numbers I scored more than any other West Ham player in the entire 2017 in all competitions and even as of now I have six goals for them in all competitions this season. Only Marko [Arnautovic] has more and even now that is only seven.

“I feel I could have given more if I was fit throughout that is the game now and things move at a fast pace.”

Ayew played a serious part in the defeat of the Hammers at the Liberty Stadium but remains confident the team will escape relegation.

He said: “To be honest all I was looking out for was the three points because it was very awkward playing against a team of players I was training with a couple of weeks ago.

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Hugh Southon is a lifelong Iron and the founding editor of ClaretandHugh. He is a national newspaper journalist of many years experience and was Bobby Moore's 'ghost' writer during the great man's lifetime. He describes ClaretandHugh as "the Hammers daily newspaper!" Follow on Twitter @hughsouthon

One comment on “Ayew owns up on Hammers failures

  1. Seems strange to me personally …… anyone else remember Klinsman signing for Tottenham before the World Cup just to learn about English players and then Germany knocking us out .!! .

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