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Moyes gets the Mubama message loud and clear from West Ham fans

David Moyes receives a resounding message from West Ham supporters following his late appearance in Olympiacos’ victory: “Divin Mubama.”

In comparison to the Europa Conference League from the previous season, West Ham is in a more difficult group.

Therefore, it is not to be taken lightly that the Hammers are leading group A in the Europa League and that European football of some form is certain for a third straight season.

Even yet, West Ham’s 1-0 victory over Olympiacos at the London Stadium was far from easy.

A dull performance that left little to get too enthused about was punctuated by a magnificent volleyed finish from Lucas Paqueta, who handed West Ham the victory.

Moyes gets the Mubama message loud and clear

Perhaps the loudest applause of the evening was reserved for one of the late replacements, rather than the goal.

Following a late cameo in the Olympiacos victory, David Moyes receives a resounding message from West Ham supporters over the Divin Mubama.

Michael Antonio’s horrific performance against Brentford resulted in his benching.

The youthful striker Mubama was also selected on the bench, alongside Danny Ings, who many supporters find frustratingly typically starts ahead of him in games.

There are several rumors stating that Mubama is not willing to sign a new contract with West Ham because he is angry about not getting more chances under Moyes.

West Ham fans let Moyes know how they felt about Mubama’s lack of minutes during the Carabao Cup win over Lincoln.

Cheers not jeers for contract rebel and that says everything

Additionally, they gave Moyes a second message when, in the latter moments of Olympiacos’ triumph, the Scot rather shockingly sent Mubama on ahead of Antonio and Ings.

If further players decline to sign a new deal with West Ham, they may anticipate being ridiculed.

Nonetheless, one of the loudest applauses of the evening was heard upon Mubama’s entrance.

Moyes would have been left without a question that this is what the fans, who were brought up on the Academy of Football, desire to see. Rather of relying too much on their aging veterans, Antonio and Ings, they should give their young striker hope.

Let’s hope it’s not just a one-off and Moyes starts to give Mubama a fair crack of the whip.

With reports David Sullivan is personally intervening in Mubama’s contract situation, let’s see if this helps change the young forward’s mind and stance.

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