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West Ham fans should be really worried by what David Moyes is reportedly planning to do for the Wolves game

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West Ham fans should be really worried by what David Moyes is reportedly planning to do for the Wolves game

West Ham fans should be really worried by what David Moyes is reportedly planning to do for the Wolves game.

The Hammers are in real trouble at the moment and are currently sitting inside the relegation zone.

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As a result, the West Ham board have apparently made it very clear that they expect Moyes to start getting the best out of all his new signings, following a summer where the Scot spent in excess of £170 million.

Nothing less than a win will do for West Ham against Wolves on Saturday evening.

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Wolves currently sit one place and two points above us in the Premier League table, so a win this weekend would see us leapfrog the visitors.

We’re hoping for a boatload of changes from Moyes for the game on Saturday. It appears as though we may be left disappointed though…

West Ham fans should be worried by what David Moyes is planning for Wolves

According to club insiders Claret and Hugh, Moyes plans to make ‘two or three changes’ for Saturday’s visit of Wolves.

If that is indeed the case, then we will be completely underwhelmed. Moyes has to mix things up big style, and two or three changes just won’t cut it.

Moyes’s methods of easing new signings in really do seem to be rather archaic.

Rather than start the likes of Gianluca Scamacca and Maxwel Cornet at the beginning of the season, Moyes choose to stick with the players who let him down so badly during the second-half of last season.

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The likes of Tomas Soucek, Vladimir Coufal, Aaron Cresswell and Pablo Fornals really have been very poor for quite some time now.

And since the start of this season Jarrod Bowen has been in horrendous form.

Moyes should be making a minimum of five changes for the Wolves game after West Ham’s disastrous defeat away at Everton last time out.

The Scot should be thinking about changing his system and tactics as well. It appears as though he will once again go for the tried and trusted method though. The only problem is that that method has not been working for quite some time now.

David Moyes should be looking to make at least five, and as many as seven, changes for the West Ham vs Wolves clash. If he doesn’t do that, and we fail to win, the pressure really will start to ramp up on the Hammers boss.

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