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Dec forms Irons ‘band’ and sticks two fingers up at other clubs

Declan Rice posted a photoshopped image of West Ham's players celebrating Jesse Lingard's goal against Tottenham on Sunday

Declan Rice was the guy who became so excited about the Irons win over Spurs that he posted the brilliant image of the Hammers band.

The picture is the most amusing of the weekend showing Jarrod Bowen behind the mike, Dec on drums, Jesse Lingard on clarinet and Pablo Fornals on guitar.

And more important than that is that it showed the new captain is as dedicated to West Ham as any player possibly could be.

It’s fair to say that Dec joined the Hammers band and stuck two fingers up to other clubs to which – for the sake of a cheap headline – he becomes relentlessly linked.

When Lingard put the home side 2-0 up shortly after half-time, the midfielder celebrated by pretending to play musical instruments with Rice on the drums and Pablo Fornals on the guitar.

And not to be outdone goal scorer Michail Antonio added his own clever tribute when retweeting Dec’s post adding¬† adding his own post which declared ‘Backroom Moyes!

The excitement inside the squad has been clearly demonstrated as the players and fans become focused on a possible top four place.

Let me say that again “TOP FOUR PLACE”

West Ham manager Moyes claims his side are ‘enjoying’ their run in the Premier League which has seen them win three out of the last four games but the Scot says his side will not be ‘daft’ in getting too ahead of themselves.

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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 “Dec forms Irons ‘band’ and sticks two fingers up at other clubs

  1. Boys will be boys. The smiles tell it all.

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