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Look back in Anger -Hammers awful again

Look back in Anger -Hammers awful again

One of my favourite plays and films of all time was called “Look Back in Anger” and that so appropriately describes my feelings after this utter crap show by the Hammers. The Hammers were awful again

Look back in Anger -Hammers awful again

Let’s make this simple: We knows Moyes has to go, he probably knows he has to go. We are left hoping and praying David Sullivan and the board know he must go.

We were often outplayed by the Forest team holding 16th place to our eighth before the game. If Brighton beat Sheffield United tomorrow we will be in ninth place.

If we were utterly dreadful against Arsenal we were pathetically poor today and it was topped off by the much heralded loan signing Kalvin Phillips being sent off for two  yellow cards within just three minutes in the second half. How stupid is that?

And had it not been for Areola pulling off four or five excellent saves it could have been far worse than the score line inflicted on us by Awonyi and man of the match for me Hudson Odoi.

It truly was a dreadful performance and having described the Arsenal game as a one off I wait with great interest to hear what our awful manager has to say about this shambles.

At the end the TV cameras focused on the Hammers fans who had travelled to the game, most of whom where holding up Moyes banners, and were thoroughly angry as we sunk to our eighth game without a win – four of which have been defeats.

This is as bad as it gets – well for now anyway – he has to go!

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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

One comment on “Look back in Anger -Hammers awful again

  1. You have to wonder what a fresh voice would do for these players. On paper, we could warrant a top 7 position with a more positive, ambitious and daring mentality. The fact that we put in that type of performance with arguably our best side (without Paqueta), when they all know the stakes, is unforgiveable.

    We’re sooo sloooow on the ball, all the time, even when we desperately need to score. Sideways, backwards, wings, backwards, sideways, wings, backwards… It’s mind numbing. No one-touch passes, clever flicks, defence splitting passes (because nobody makes the runs for fear of making a mistake)…

    We cannot win games if we don’t show some urgency and go for it, David…

    I’d like to know if we are indeed the slowest team in the league.

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