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Hammers icon unhappy with what he is seeing

Tony Cotte may be the first former Hammer to make it clear the season so far is not good enough.

TC has always made his admiration of the manager very apparent and whilst he didn’t play under him he was an Everton player at Everton from 1984 until 1994.

The former Hammers striker has of course attempted to become involved in possible takeovers at the Irons notably ahead of Daniel Kretinsky joined the club as a new shareholder.

But he has always been totally honest in his assessment of the situation when asked for opinions on how the team and therefore manager are performing.

TC has been quoted on The West Ham Way following appearance on Ex’s Patreon page as being unhappy with what he’s been seeing at the club this season.

He made it clear that we really shouldn’t be in the position we find ourselves declaring: “There is no doubt that the Premier League has been a frustrating campaign so far this season,”

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 “Far too many games have been lost or drawn, which has cost us at least 10 points and a place in the top 10.

“Perhaps our saviour will be the ECL, where our form has been fantastic. Let`s hope we are still in the FA Cup too when our next European game comes around in March….”

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One comment on “Hammers icon unhappy with what he is seeing

  1. Anyone notice we don’t get battered by anybody these days though. Not as if we’re losing four or five nil. Always tight games. Normally one goal either way that settles things. Shows were not far away from getting results.

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