How much have you thought about Cheikhou Kouyate in the last 18 months?
No not replacing him with better was the mistake
— Adam #GSBout (@adambrown93) February 10, 2020
Not replacing him was the huge mistake
— ⚒Mitchell⚒ (@WHUMitchell) February 10, 2020
Yes … as we didn’t replace
— mikejoyce (@hammersmikey) February 10, 2020
Not replacing him and many others was the mistake
— Andy (@andyaustin67) February 10, 2020
Selling him isn’t the “huge” mistake – he seemed disinterested and also didn’t really nail a position (cm, dm, rb, cb). Not reinvesting the funds in someone to replace is the huge mistake
— Niall Tasker (@tiskyboo) February 10, 2020
Nope not investing in a better player was
— will earle (@willearle_) February 10, 2020
Selling Kouyate and Obiang and not replacing them with a box to box midfield was a mistake – yes.
— Gary Prince (@GaryAPrince) February 10, 2020
No. The mistake was not replacing him. Additionally he was hated on so much at the end of his time with us and i feel that was uncalled for because when he was with us he always had a good attitude and tried hard.
— |⚒️⚒️| (@WHUFC_USA_2008) February 10, 2020
No but not replacing him was
— Totally West Ham (@Totally_WestHam) February 11, 2020
Mistake was not replacing. He was stale and lazy.
— Glenn Spencer (@GlennSpencer4) February 11, 2020