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Declan Rice sends message to West Ham fans on Twitter after draw with Brighton

Declan Rice took to Twitter after West Ham drew 1-1 with Brighton last night.

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Our Champions League dream is now all but over.

Unfortunately for David Moyes, he lost some of his key players at such a crucial part of the season.

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And our lack of strength in depth has really come home to roost over the past month or so.

RONALDO NEEDS TO STOP WHINING.

West Ham now face West Brom at the Hawthorns on Wednesday before playing host to Southampton at the London Stadium.

Two wins from those games will guarantee us a top seven finish and will see us inside the top six if Tottenham fail to win all of their remaining three games.

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Declan Rice sends message to West Ham fans

It was great to have the 22-year-old back last night. He wasn’t quite at his best but that is to be expected considering how long he has been out injured.

Rice took to Twitter last night and sent a positive message to the West Ham fans:

West Ham can still finish on a high. Two wins from our final two games is a must though.

Let’s hope that Declan Rice is bang in form, because we need him firing on all cylinders badly.

It’s just a shame that GSB didn’t back David Moyes sufficiently in January. The Scot has performed miracles at the London Stadium considering the fact that he’s working with one hand tied behind his back.

Let’s hope that we qualify for the Europa League and the owners back Moyes in the summer.

We won’t be holding our breath though, that’s for sure…

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