West Ham United lost heavily at home to Burnley on Saturday in a match that also saw crowd trouble at the London Stadium, with fans taking to the pitch in anger at the current status of the club, even scuffling with players.
Even without the pitch invasions, the match itself was dire enough for level-headed supporters watching on, the Hammers no match for an impressive attacking performance from the Clarets in the second half.
Losing 3-0, fans were left fuming with the performance of Joe Hart, who made another goalkeeping blunder for the third goal.
It was the England shot-stopper’s first game since January, but supporters are positive they don’t want to see him in a West Ham jersey ever again.
They’re calling on David Moyes to stick Adrian back in goal as soon as possible, believing Hart simply isn’t the goalkeeper he once was at Manchester City.
They took to Twitter to share their thoughts…
— WHU (@whu_leftyhammer) March 10, 2018
Well I don’t know about you, but I thought Joe Hart was the difference today. 😐 #WHUFC
— Ben Jarvis (@champers16) March 10, 2018
Looks like Joe Hart finally made a save then… it was a cracking stop too in fairness, somehow managing to claw Noble away from beating seven bells out of a pitch invading fan. #WHUFC pic.twitter.com/59FGnLWthI
— Dan Storey (@DapperDan) March 10, 2018
Hart at fault for the third. His confidence is shot. #whufc looked nervous whenever the ball came in the box.
— Richard Wilson (@richardwilson84) March 10, 2018
So everyone being so happy to Joe Hart back in goal…where you at? #WHUFC
— West Ham News/Views (@WHUFC_News_6) March 10, 2018
How does anything think hart is better then Adrian 😂😂😂😂 #whufc
— West Ham At Home (@WestHamAtHome) March 10, 2018
Joe Hart is not a premier league footballer. #whufc
— Mark Payne (@lostlibertine) March 10, 2018
The one positive I can take from today is that I don't expect to see Joe Hart in a West Ham shirt again. Adrian hasn't been on amazing form, but Hart is so poor. So so so poor.
— Chris Burrell (@deanashtonsfoot) March 11, 2018
— Gursimran Hans (@GursimranHans) March 10, 2018