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Hart decision made by Hammers

Joe Hart will definitely be on his way out of West Ham after disappointing the club with the level of his performances during a trouble torn season at the club.

The Hammers have decided that the England keeper has not done enough to justify a permanent stay and are currently hunting for a new stopper.

In fact he has conceded a total of 42 goals in all competitions probably the most critical coming in the game against Stoke, a match that would have all but put any relegation fears to bed given Carroll’s late goal.

Manager David Moyes commented at his presser ahead of today’s game against Manchester City that no final decisions had been made on 31 year old who will miss the match under the terms of his loan deal.

But as we reported some weeks back the club has made the decision that at £110k a week after watching him in action for the Irons 23 times at League and Cup level they will swerve a permanent deal.

They are hunting for a new stopper whilst at the same time attempting to do business on a new deal with Adrian who is naturally hesitant of agreeing given the uncertain circumstances.

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2 comments on “Hart decision made by Hammers

  1. Good news that Hart is on his way back. But as much as I like the guy, Adrian isn’t the answer either, and if he is only interested in being a number one, he should follow Hart out of the door. Quality keepers at Stoke and Southampton, look at the guy Newcastle plucked out of nowhere, so if we have a half decent scouting structure and with £110k freed up, there is no excuse for us not improving at keeper next year.

  2. Adrian has done a lot better than Hart! who is nowhere near an England player any longer, who we bring in all depends on the next few games and after yesterday’s results we need serious luck!

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