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David Moyes admits he's massively concerned after West Ham United's 3-2 win over Wolves
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David Moyes admits he's massively concerned after West Ham United's 3-2 win over Wolves

David Moyes told reporters that he is massively concerned about the manner in which his West Ham United team have nearly thrown away two three-goals leads in their last two games, as quoted by Football.London.

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The Hammers took an early three goal lead against Arsenal at the London Stadium two weeks ago before inexplicably letting the Gunners back into the game. We drew 3-3 in the end.

Last night against Wolves, West Ham started in scintillating fashion. We were 3-0 up inside just 38 minutes. Then it all started to unfold, however.

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Wolves scored just before half-time and they notched again after 68 minutes.

There was a genuine danger that history was repeating itself.

David Moyes massively concerned by West Ham players’ performances when they’re comfortable leading

The Hammers held out in the end.

That didn’t stop Moyes from telling reporters that he is massively concerned by the way in which his players have been letting teams back into games, however, as quoted by Football.London:

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“Massively concerned with the fightback but good on us it was an improvement from the last one. It was tough.”

Four points from Arsenal at home and Wolves away is a very decent return.

Moyes is right though. It is a massive concern how we are allowing teams back into games.

Angelo Ogbonna returning will be huge for us. Without Declan Rice, the Italian is a real leader for us.

Let’s hope the 32-year-old is ready for the Leicester game next week. Perhaps we need to stop going 3-0 up in games! A comfortable 1-0 win against Leicester will do us just fine!