West Ham United fans have savaged former striker Diafra Sakho after a fan claimed the club should never have sold the Senegal international.
Biggest mistake was selling Sakho. Most complete striker we have had in years
— WHUFC (@IRONSSSS) July 10, 2019
Sakho joined the Hammers in 2014 and went on to make 71 appearances for the club, scoring 24 goals.
Twitter user @IRONSSSS claimed on Wednesday that Sakho was the “most complete striker we have had in years.”
And fans have been quick to pile on the derision, insisting that the 29-year-old had a bad attitude during his time in east London, while also turning in a number of poor performances and picking up a multitude of injuries.
Indeed, he left for Ligue 1 club Rennes in an £8m deal in 2018, per Goal, with the report claiming that he even underwent a medical with the French club the year prior without West Ham’s permission as he looked to force his way out of east London.
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And fans have shuddered at the reminder of the forward, who spent the 2018/19 season on loan at Turkish club Bursaspor.
Take a look at the best of the reaction below!
He was a bad apple towards the end.
— Fortunes Always Hiding ⚒ ⚽️ ?️? (@IanDeakin16) July 10, 2019
Another player with a bad attitude and inflated ego and thought he was better than he actually was.
— Charlotte Saunders (@TheChar10) July 10, 2019
??? he was bang average
— Graeme Ivatt (@IvattGraeme) July 10, 2019
He didn’t want to play for us… went off for a medical without permission and was injured for long periods of time!?
— nevo⚒ (@crumplednev) July 10, 2019
Oh stop it ??
— Marc “Hammers ” (@hammers_marc) July 10, 2019
He did ok but another cry baby. Had enough of them now, we need professionals not children. ⚒️
— ⚒ Andy B ⚒ (@northwesthammer) July 10, 2019
One of the worst players I have witnessed at west ham. Cheap man Samassi Abou lop
— sam hardy (@samhardy85) July 10, 2019
No, it wasn’t, he was a little rat with an attitude like Ravel Morrison.
— Dom ⚒ (@DOWHU_1995) July 10, 2019