West Ham Super Fans want Andriy Yarmolenko gone
This is part of a regular series from our panel of West Ham Super Fans. Each week, our Super Fans will deliver their verdicts on the biggest talking points and news stories around the London Stadium. You can join in the discussion on our West Ham Zone Facebook page.
West Ham attacker Andriy Yarmolenko continued his international form with yet another goal on Tuesday night against Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The Hammers player has never seemed to deliver the same kind of performances he has for his national side which has led to frustration among the fans.
Yarmolenko, who has the all-time Ukrainian goal-scoring record within touching distance, is also on heavy wages at the London Stadium.
There’s a general consensus amongst the Irons faithful that the 31-year-old is not living up to what the club are giving him every week and believe the time has arrived to part ways,
Here’s what they said:
Needs to go
It’s apparent that Yarmolenko and David Moyes do not see eye to eye on most things.
The Irons boss seldom calls upon the Ukrainian when the chips are down as there seems to be a lack of trust in him.
Whether it’s down to the player’s attitude or the system, he just doesn’t seem to be at home in this side.
Before his contract expires, the only sensible decision is to offload the player in the January transfer window.
There is an argument to be made of him thriving in leagues that are not as fast-paced as the Premier League.
He could do well in La Liga or the Serie A or maybe even consider a move back home.
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