West Ham fans have not held back their frustrations after suffering a third defeat in a row at the hands of Wolves.
After losses to Bournemouth and Wimbledon, West Ham failed to get into the game at all on Tuesday and fell to a 3-0 loss.
Even with the return of Marko Arnautovic to the starting XI, the Hammers were woeful and barely made an impression on proceedings during the whole game. Wolves still had Willy Boly out with suspension, and this could have been a real positive for West Ham, but they failed to capitalise.
Fans are furious after yet another loss and the manner of defeat is what has infuriated them even more. This poor run of form has only further been exacerbated by the increasingly long injury list and fan frustration is beginning to reach a peak.
This is now the worst run of form for West Ham since the start of the season when the team lost four consecutive games.
Check out some tweets from West Ham fans in the aftermath of the Wolves defeat here:
Manuel Pellegrini said that “it was impossible to play worse” than West Ham did against Wolves last night.
Given the stats, it’s hard to disagree
— West Ham Place (@WestHamPlace) January 30, 2019
Thanks to the two players that actually came over to the fans after the match last night. Rest scurried off down the tunnel. We deserved more than that.
— karen outten (@kdoutten) January 30, 2019
The difference between wolves and West Ham was they have a team full of players who want to wear the shirt we have a team full of players who can’t wait to take the shirt off #gutless
— DRIZZO (@drisc32) January 30, 2019
8 hours round trip on a Tuesday night to stand in the freezing cold and not even see a shot on target. Players looked like they didn’t care
— Harry (@harrychittock) January 29, 2019
Embarrassing, every fan that travelled today should get their money back ……
— ⚒ Darren Skingle ⚒ (@DRS_Engineering) January 29, 2019
Not good enough at all. not enough players playing for the club. More like playing for money as if they haven't enough. No heart just pockets
— David Cannon (@DavidCa97569342) January 29, 2019