West Ham chief urges fans to pull together

Posted February 12, 2018

Simplicity is as elusive as stability at West Ham, where conspiracy theories flourish, fade and die like the bubbles pumped out in a transparent attempt to maintain at least one club tradition.

"He is a good manager, he will prove it and I hope he stays with us for many years and we win thing and achieve things".

West Ham United manager David Moyes spoke ahead their next Premier League match against Watford at London Stadium on Saturday and confirmed new signing Patrice Evra could make his debut.

West Ham have won just one of their last five home games against Watford (D1, L3).

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"We know we've got to do better". Back then, Watford were eighth and warding off Everton's interest in Marco Silva, whilst West Ham were 18th.

"We want more ups than downs, the supporters want more ups than downs and we have had a few too many downs and and not enough ups and we know we need to do better".

Fans were disappointed with a lack of incoming players at the London Stadium on deadline day, with striker Jordan Hugill's arrival from Preston the only first-team acquisition.

"Today wasn't our best performance, I think West Ham were more aggressive than us, they dominated both areas".

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Michail Antonio has scored six goals in his last seven league matches against Watford but has failed to score in his last 19 home appearances.

The West Ham United boss made it clear that while he felt the player was certainly living up to his £25 million fee, there was more to come, and the club wouldn't stop pushing and expecting the most from their top players in their quest to move up the Premier League table.

Watford have the chance to win back-to-back league games for the first time since November.

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