The last two seasons from David Moye’s West Ham have been excellent. The team from London has not only managed to qualify for European competitions, but they have also done that by playing a very attractive and entertained football style for the neutral fans.
Players like Michael Antonio, Pablo Fornals, Declan Rice or Jarrod Bowen are some of the responsible for West Ham to become part of the ‘Big Six’, traditionally formed by Arsenal, Manchester (City and United), Liverpool, Chelsea and Tottenham.
However, this season is being way more complicated for the ‘Hammers’, and even though they have managed to bounce back, their poor start has prevented them from climbing up positions on the table.
They are currently in the mid-low part of the table and have lost all their scoring ability that has been one of their main features in the last few seasons.
Their games are not as entertained as they used to anymore and also their new additions like Italian Gianluca Scamacca are very far away from meeting the initial expectations of the club.
Moye’s West Ham are currently a flat team that really struggles to create offensively. Furthermore, due to the fact that they are playing in European competitions, their physical wear is even bigger for a roster that is not too large either.
Many things need to change for the ‘Hammers’ to get back to what they were a few months ago.
Translated by Guillermo Bermejo.
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