Six mistakes West Ham have made since the end of last season
It’s safe to say, West Ham have endured a horrendous start to the season, currently finding themselves third from bottom of the Premier League table.
The immediate assumption in such a scenario is to blame those on the pitch and indeed, Mark Noble and company have received their fair share of criticism from pundits and supporters alike this term.
Yet, performances on the field are often influenced by underlying factors and long-term decisions made at a much higher level than simply footballers collecting paycheques.
And it’s hard to dispute that West Ham’s owners, directors and management staff have made a series of incredibly worrying errors since the dying embers of a far more positive 2015/16 campaign.
With that in mind, ranging from transfer policy to naive public comments, we’ve outlined the six biggest errors the Irons have made since the end of last season.
The East London club need to address these as quickly as possible…