Three reasons Andy Carroll is right to criticise West Ham fans
According to The Mirror, West Ham United striker Andy Carroll has criticised the club’s supporters for leaving matches early and failing to support the players for the full 90 minutes.
Not for the first time this season, may Irons fans left the London Stadium with around 15 minutes to play in the 4-1 defeat against Liverpool on Saturday – a result that proved to be the final nail in Slaven Bilic’s coffin.
Similar occurrences happened in the home defeats to Tottenham Hotspur and Brighton and Hove Albion, which have left the 28-year-old unimpressed.
As reported by The Mirror, the centre-forward said: “They really should be staying. They should be staying until the end. You never know what’s going to happen.
“They should be supporting us no matter what. We should be playing better. It’s us to blame. But they should be helping us out a bit.”
While West Ham fans can point to the current Premier League table and reference some of the poor performances and results they have witnessed at the London Stadium over the course of the last 15 months or so, perhaps the England international does have a valid point.
Here are three reasons Carroll is right to criticise the West Ham fans…