West Ham director sacked over race remarks

Posted February 05, 2018

David Moyes refused to blame West Ham's off-field turmoil for their surrender at Brighton.

WEST HAM UNITED concluded an otherwise disastrous few days, as fellow strugglers Brighton & Hove Albion completed a Premier League double over the Hammers, securing a comfortable 3-1 success at the AMEX Stadium.

Both managers were unaware of an incident at half-time in the tunnel when West Ham's Aaron Cresswell and Brighton's Anthony Knockaert apparently had to be separated.

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West Ham on Thursday suspended director of recruitment Tony Henry while the Premier League club investigates allegations that he made racist remarks about African players.

Anger and frustration toward the West Ham board from supporters is at an all-time high following the scandal, as well as an underwhelming transfer window which saw a club linked with Olivier Giroud, Michy Batshuayi and Daniel Sturridge end up with signing Jordan Hugill from Preston.

Moyes accepts that there will be times when his side lose, but has challenged them to bounce back at home to Watford next time out. But I think we never got to the pitch of the game. "We put out a team on Tuesday and got a result, albeit it wasn't three points, but we got a result from the game". We need to keep pushing up.

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Hernandez has started 13 games in the Premier League so far this season, out of which 11 of them came under Bilic.

The Hammers cancelled out Glenn Murray's opener when Javier Hernandez struck on 30 minutes but a stunning strike from Jose Izquierdo and a drilled effort from Pascal Gross in the second half sealed the points for the Seagulls. 'West Ham United will not tolerate any type of discrimination.

"Over my time, we've had good African players and bad African players just like we've had good Scottish players and bad Scottish players as well, no difference". But you can see that, even though my agent says I want to go, I have been doing everything I can in a West Ham shirt to help the team.

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