In his column for The Times, Tony Cascarino has spoken out on Sebastien Haller, stating that he couldn’t work out why it took West Ham so long to pair someone with the misfiring attacker, as we did to great effect with Michail Antonio last weekend.
Sound familiar? Well, it’s only the same drum that we’ve been banging since the very start of the season.
Haller’s partnership with Luka Jovic worked so well at Eintracht Frankfurt last season and hopefully now his partnership with Antonio, let’s not forget Bowen as well, can keep us in the Premier League…
West Ham have become a circus again, Sam May have played one dimensional football but he had to work with Gold and Sullivan, he did a decent job for them and they still threw him under the bus my 15 year old son knew from day 1 how we needed to set up to get the best from him
— fog464 (@fog464) March 2, 2020
I asked this weeks ago, our scout must be reprimanded for not passing on the information that Haller played in a two, or sack him leaving us without a scouting system at all ⚒⚒⚒
— Bob austin (@bobaustin65) March 2, 2020
I’ve asked the same thing for seasons one up front don’t work
— sam gutteridge (@whorehead12) March 2, 2020
Same last season with chica, never been a lone striker and we played him as that.
— West Ham way or maybe not ⚒⚒⚒ (@ham_maybe) March 2, 2020
The question is Tony why has it taken you and the rest of the sports media to clock what the West Ham fans have been saying all this time as being spot on?
— West Ham Ironess (@IronessWest) March 3, 2020
It would be even worse if the fans had been shouting for this, wonder why no one else saw this!!! 🤣🤣🤣
— GR7G5TER (@GregJohnson7575) March 3, 2020
Jesus Christ we’ve been asking this for months
— ☕️ (@Goos3y90) March 2, 2020