Former Hammer Stuart Slater has jokingly offered his services to David Moyes
Posting a video of himself on Twitter Slater said, “I hear West Ham are looking for a striker!”
“Hello everyone, Stuart Slater here, been asked if I can manage to do the Madonna challenge, after a few minutes not too bad, sign me up Mosysie!”
Slater joined the Hammers as an apprentice in 1986 quickly becoming a star of the youth team. He made his first appearance for West Ham, still an apprentice, when he came on as a substitute for Ray Stewart in the Division One home game against Derby County in October 1987.
He was offered a professional contract in April 1988 just after his seventeenth birthday and made a second appearance in the 1987–88 season when he came on as a substitute in the home game against Coventry City in the same month.
Slater netted 18 goals during 179 appearances for West Ham. He turned down the offer of a new contract and left the club in August 1992 for Celtic for £1.5m
— Stuart Slater (@slatertweet) February 13, 2021