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West Ham United: Dan Lawless outlines concern over ‘relegation form’

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Presenter Dan Lawless has expressed his concern after seeing damning statistics emerge in regard to West Ham United’s recent form. 

Over the weekend, the Hammers lost 2-0 at home to Brighton and Hove Albion thanks to goals from Alexis Mac Allister and Leandro Trossard.

This now means that David Moyes and co have lost all three of their opening Premier League games of this season and sit bottom of the table having yet to score.

On top of this slow start, a recent tweet from West Ham Central shows that in the club’s last 10 league matches, they have won just once, drawn twice, and lost the rest.

In light of the revelation, the West Ham Fan TV man took to Twitter to outline his fears, writing: “This is seriously worrying, that’s relegation form and Moyes needs to turn it around quick.

“I wish the positive brigade on here would actually give us some positives instead of moaning about people being negative.

“Our best players are playing poor & our new signings ‘aren’t ready’.”

Will West Ham turn their form around soon?





TIF Thoughts on West Ham’s form…

Indeed, West Ham last won a Premier League game against now-relegated Norwich City back in May – and before that, their previous victory was 11 games ago against Everton coming last April.

Considering the Hammers are now rooted to the bottom of the table, it’s easy to see why Lawless has said this ‘worrying’ run of results is ‘relegation form’.

It’s interesting that he notes the club’s new signings are supposedly not ready. New £35.5m striker Gianluca Scamacca joined in the summer but is yet to start or score in the league, though he did get off the mark in Europe in midweek.

Perhaps if the Italian gets more minutes under Moyes next weekend, he can lead the club to a first league win of the season. Something certainly needs to change at West Ham soon.

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