These West Ham fans were fuming with the latest injury update ahead of this weekend’s clash with Everton.
West Ham’s latest injury update included news on Lukasz Fabianski who is said to be out for a few weeks now. Arthur Masuaku has had to have fluid drained from his knee and Felipe Anderson is a doubt. Some good news was that Darren Randolph is in contention to start on Saturday.
All of this was presented to the Hammers fans via West Ham’s official Twitter account.
However, these fans were fuming with the latest update, with one fan calling it a total embarrassment and another naming the club “Injury FC”.
Here are some of the comments from the West Ham fans on Twitter:
Randolph: "Trained today and has been training for a while now. He's in my thinking for Saturday"
Fabianski (Hip): "Really good news he's only out for a few weeks"
Masuaku (Knee): "Had fluid on his knee drained. We're seeing how it is"
Felipe Anderson (Ribs): "A doubt"
— West Ham United (@WestHam) January 16, 2020
— chris (@whuchr) January 16, 2020
Where did Felipe have these ribs from I reccomend shutting the place down!
— Alex G (@Alex__Gorman) January 16, 2020
We are a total.embarrassment.
— David Hammer LWRL (@Dave49Hammer) January 16, 2020
3 injuries in one match is becoming a regular occurrence. Something is not right
— Ozzy (@Ozzy_Whu) January 16, 2020
Will Darren Randolph start against Everton?
The West Ham fans are clearly angry with the number of injuries the squad has to deal with right now and with a match against Everton ahead, you can see why they might also be getting a little nervous.
We need a better training ground, why else would we get so many injuries
— ed (@HenchHaller22) January 16, 2020
Relegation here we come
— Mike (@hammers_969) January 16, 2020
What Do We Think?
The only positive the West Ham fans can take from that injury update, is that they might get to see Darren Randolph start against Everton on Saturday. However, knowing the Hammers luck right now, perhaps it would not be a surprise if David Moyes had to come away from the fixture with a former club of his with another one of his men requiring the injury table.