Rapid change at West Ham United as 'Rage' spotted in stands v Brentford - BBC Sport
BBC Sport report that there was “rage” seen among West Ham United fans in the stands during their 2-0 defeat to Brentford.
The Hammers were beaten thanks to goals from Ivan Toney and Josh Dasilva in the first half despite being the better team, but weren’t able to stir a fight-back despite that.
As the clock wound down at the London Stadium in the second half, BBC Sport report that the atmosphere inside the ground quickly turn from frustration to rage, with fans furious at the performance and result.
“The frustration is rapidly turning into rage now amongst the West Ham fans,” they wrote (30 December, 21:17).
“They can sense a killer blow coming from Brentford.”
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It was simply an awful performance once again despite the bright start, because as soon as the first goal went in the belief disappeared.
It disappeared from the stands, it disappeared from the players on the pitch and it even seemed to disappear from Moyes on the touchline as his face went glum.
Fans have simply had enough now and while the league form was acceptable last season when we were making a run into the semi-finals of the Europa League, we’re now fighting relegation and this league form has been going on for a full calendar year.
There is a real risk of not turning things around if we don’t make a swift decision on his future, and while he has done a great job since returning it’s clearly not working anymore.
He’s lost the fans and the players don’t look interested either. It might well be time for him to move on and someone else to come in.