He reported that the players returned to training after their winter break last Saturday and all of them are working with the exception of Jack Wilshere, meaning Felipe Anderson and Andriy Yarmolenko could be ready to face Man City on Wednesday.
However, it was the picture of Rush Green that complimented the article and the posts about it on Twitter that caught the attention of fans as the training ground entered into their crosshairs.
They then took aim in spite of the positive story that was being passed on and some of the tweets were rather amusing.
World class training facilities
— mikejoyce (@hammersmikey) February 16, 2020
with the 2 storms we have had I am surprised rush green is still standing
— chocco (@djmchocco) February 16, 2020
Worst facilities ever pic.twitter.com/FLlKxB0KGu
— Uncle Sully (@englishhammer) February 16, 2020
Back to the Portacabins
— JH (@E6Jack) February 16, 2020
Good News but don’t show those embarrassing mud huts…
— Ⓟⓗⓘⓛⓘⓟ 父 Ⓦⓘⓛⓚⓘⓝⓢⓞⓝ 父 (@PW57WHU) February 16, 2020
…. do we share these premises with a double glazing firm?
— Steve Davis (@RUsureIsaidthat) February 16, 2020
Is always scary and embarrassing looking at Rush green and what #GSB lied about the amount they have put into it to upgrade it to such a low facility
— AJAASUMA WEST HAM UTD ⚒ (@lilmodulo) February 16, 2020