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Coufal gets no answers and that is utterly disgraceful

By Hughie Southon

Let’s not mince words!

If Moyes is ready to let Vladi Coufal leave this club as appears to be the case it’s as unforgiveable and – in footballing terms – as close to criminal as it gets in the current circumstances.

Vladi has made it clear in a new report that he has asked why he is not being used and has received no answers,

Apparently, if that is the case, the guy is not worth a reply from a manager considered wonderful by some. Disgraceful.

Both Nikola Vlasic and Alex Kral reported much the same sort of treatment from him and I reckon it’s bang out of order at that level in itself – never mind the fact that he is the best right  back at the club.

Moyes has watched his own signing Kehrer make various mistakes at right back, some of which have led to goals so what exactly is going on in the geezer’s head.

As is usually the case with him an impossible question and I end where I started with no word mincing.

I’m fed up top the back teeth with his sad decision making and general attitude.

GSBK, go and get Thomas Frank!

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About Hugh5outhon1895

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

6 comments on “Coufal gets no answers and that is utterly disgraceful

  1. Who writes this rubbish? If Coufal can’t work out that the reason he isn’t playing is because he simply isn’t good enough then his brain is slower than his legs … and that would be very difficult!

    After a reasonable 1st season, the rest of the Prem worked Coufal out and he’s just not cutting it as our RB. I agree Kehrer should not be there either … Moyes & Co should be doing everything in their power to keep Ashby, who’s a star of the future. (Unlike Ngakia, Diangana etc, this kid is the real deal)

  2. The speculation keeps us amused during current freeze up. But that’s what it is “speculation” It was perfectly visible that Coufal and also Soucek have fallen away from previous season performances. However virtually the entire team has fallen well short of expectations. My take is quite a few of our players were in the daft Euro Nations tournament in June and had no real rest between seasons with seasons being condensed as well for the equally stupid World Cup in Quatar!
    The only consoling factor is we have had a mid season break to sort things out ready for next 23 games and for David Moyes to prove many people wrong about his abilities!

  3. The point you’re making Hugh is that Coufal hasn’t had answers to his questions. This is a communication/team spirit/personality issue and is not acceptable in any organisation. I would however like to hear 2 sides of the story before burning Mr Moyes at the stake.
    Whether Coufal is the best RB at the club is another debate but I do agree with the earlier poster that he really shouldn’t need it explained to him that his performances have fallen way below the standards he set in the first part of his career with us.

  4. The irony of this little debate is that Vlad may outlast Moyes. If Moyes doesn’t have a winning record after the next 10 games, he’s gone regardless of who is available. How long do the board wait? Or do people really believe they’ll let Moyes get us relegated?
    The only solution to all of WHU’s woes is for Moyes to win games, something he has been mediocre at his whole managerial career. I’m hoping he proves me wrong, but ain’t holding my breath.

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