David Moyes has been chastised for a lack of ambition in his team selections since his appointment as West Ham manager and being safe from relegation has not tempted the Scotsman to change his approach.
The Hammers finish the season with two home games and they have both seen Moyes name unchanged sides from the safety-first setups that have seen the club finish the season on the right side of the drop zone.
Jordan Hugill – valued at £7.2m by Transfermarkt – was a January deadline day swoop that was supposed to add extra firepower to the West Ham attack but the frontman has hardly featured since his arrival from Moyes’ old club Preston North End.
Hammers fans cannot understand at all why Hugill was totally excluded from not just the starting 11 but the entire 18 for the final day engagement with Everton and they are not happy at all with how Moyes is treating the striker…
Hugill what a waste of 9 million i think moyes only signed him to help his old club out
— westham3000 (@westham82) May 13, 2018
— .HR (@Raynertron) May 13, 2018
Justice for @JordanHugill
— Phil Rees (@Namtooni) May 13, 2018
is hugill at home playing fortnite?
— dan hunter (@deathcabdan) May 13, 2018
Justice for Hugill
— Keelan (@CheikMeOut) May 13, 2018
Still no ambition or invention despite being safe. Why not try an attacking line up? Why not give Hugil a run out? Same old, same old. He may have helped to keep us up, but he must not be given another 2 years.
— Nick Roper⚒ (@nickpaulroper1) May 13, 2018
— The West Hammer (@WestUSAHam) May 13, 2018
Hugill not even Sub?
— Harry ⚒🦅 (@HarryTheHammer_) May 13, 2018
— Daniel Knight 🇬🇧🇬🇧 (@DanielJonKnight) May 13, 2018
You’ve denied Hugill the chance to walk out with all them bubbles. Shameful!
— Ian Price (@MrPricei) May 13, 2018