West Ham lost 2-0 at home to Wolves on Saturday evening.

The away side were by far the better team.

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David Moyes desperately needed a win. But he didn’t get it. Nuno Espirito Santo’s men were too good for the Hammers.

The Scot picked a team that involved Michail Antonio, Felipe Anderson, Pablo Fornals and Jarrod Bowen to take on Wolves.

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Michail Antonio celebrates with Felipe Anderson (Photo by Daniel Kopatsch – WHUFC/West Ham United FC via Getty Images)

When the starting lineups were announced, many West Ham fans thought their team would be setting up in a 4-2-3-1 formation with Antonio through the middle on his own flanked by Anderson and Bowen, with Fornals slotted in just behind.

But that wasn’t actually the case.

ExWHUemployee stated before the game that the intended formation was 4-4-2 with Anderson and Antonio playing up front together as a two:

That clearly didn’t happen. It wasn’t by design, however.

Moyes could be heard constantly shouting at Anderson to get more central and play alongside Antonio.


The Brazilian was clearly not used to that role, however, as he continually drifted out wide to the left.

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The result was that the Hammers were disjointed. Individual players were unaware of their roles. And the rest was history.

If the West Ham players have that much trouble sticking to tactics implemented by Moyes, the club really is in trouble.

The Scot either needs to drop those who cannot heed his instructions or simply play players in their correct positions.

And ExWHUemployee embarked on a passionate Twitter rant last night, highlighting the problems regarding the Hammers’ tactics…

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