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West Ham problems – what is going wrong with David Moyes’ team in Premier League bottom three?


Almost a year ago, West Ham were collecting points at such a prolific rate there was a very real possibility they could challenge for a Champions League place.

They were heady times at the London Stadium. David Moyes looked to have assembled an exciting team that could not only compete in the upper reaches of the Premier League but simultaneously in the domestic cups and the Europa League.

On December 4, they beat Chelsea 3-2 in a pulsating game that was settled by Arthur Masuaku’s misdirected cross that deceived keeper Edouard Mendy.

West Ham striker Gianluca Scamacca (L) cuts a dejected figure after Sunday's loss to Everton

West Ham striker Gianluca Scamacca (L) cuts a dejected figure after Sunday’s loss to Everton

Manager David Moyes couldn't bear to watch at times as his side slumped to another defeat

Manager David Moyes couldn’t bear to watch at times as his side slumped to another defeat

The Hammers enter the international fortnight third bottom and in the relegation zone

The Hammers enter the international fortnight…



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