It seems as though there is real trouble brewing behind the scenes inside the West Ham United dressing room.

The Guardian’s Jacob Steinberg claims that ‘discontent over the style of play has festered in the West Ham dressing room since last season’.

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Hammers boss David Moyes is under real pressure right now, and that’s in spite of guiding us to our first major trophy in 43 years only two months ago.

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The brand of football implemented by the Scot has frustrated the fans.

And it seems as though the players aren’t too happy either…

Jacob Steinberg makes huge behind the scenes West Ham dressing room claim

The Guardian journalist has suggested that things are not great behind the scenes at the London Stadium right now.

Steinberg also claims that Moyes is at risk of losing his job if the Hammers make a slow start to the season.

Everything seems to be somewhat of a mess at the moment. Moyes and director of football Tim Steidten are at loggerheads when it comes to player recruitment, and our last two friendly performances were beyond embarrassing.

Jacob Steinberg makes huge behind the scenes West Ham dressing room claim
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The new Premier League season kicks off in just four day’s time, and as things stand Edson Alvarez is the only player who we are even remotely close to signing.

The fact that we have left it this late to bring players in is just plain wrong as far as I’m concerned.

The same thing happened with half of our signings last summer, and it led to a really slow start in the league.

Should the same happen this term, and with discontent rumbling on in the background inside the West Ham dressing room, Moyes may well find himself out of a job.


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