David Moyes makes two changes bringing in Aaron Cresswell at the back and Pablo Fornals in midfield for the game at Fulham today. Edson Álvarez and Emerson are the players who make way at Craven Cottage as the Irons look to extend their unbeaten run to a seventh game.
Let’s face it West Ham are grappling with concerning structural issues. The absence of Edson Alvarez has created a personnel dilemma for Moyes, exacerbating the challenges faced by any team losing a quality player from its starting XI writes Michael Talbot.
However, the current solution presented is deeply flawed. The pairing of James Ward-Prowse and Tomas Soucek yesterday proved ineffective— the normally reliable Soucek appeared static and lethargic, contributing minimally, while Ward-Prowse, who sees himself as an attacking player, struggled in a double-pivot without the resolute Alvarez
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