West Ham

Sad news; the whole of West Ham in shambles

David Moyes acknowledges that the FA Cup replay against Bristol City isn’t “hugely appreciated,” but he maintains that West Ham will only make panic purchases this month if injuries to their star players are serious.


According to David Moyes, West Ham would only make rash purchases during the January transfer window if their players’ injuries turn out to be serious.

In the 1-1 draw with Bristol City, Lucas Paqueta, Jarrod Bowen, and Konstantinos Mavropanos all sustained injuries, and Michael Antonio has regressed after tripping during practice.

Mohammed Kudus and Nayef Aguerd have departed for the Africa Cup of Nations.

Now that West Ham is facing a replay, Moyes is also irritated that they have to play a second game in their already packed schedule.

‘I don’t think it’s something that is greatly appreciated,’ he remarked. However, I would be ecstatic to see West Ham return to Ashton Gate if I were Bristol City.

Only appointed in November, Liam Manning, the manager of the Robins, stated: “The first feeling is pride.” The athletes had wonderful behaviors and attitudes.

‘If you consider Moore’s prior choices, you’ll notice that he doesn’t often make drastic cuts or changes. Given that West Ham had two weeks until their next match, we assumed they would select a solid lineup. That’s beyond our control.

‘We’re not coming away with a replay feeling like we stole it.

‘We put a mark down for the level that we’re capable of.’

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