West Ham United boss David Moyes has claimed that the team’s next two home matches could well define their season.
The Hammers have lost 4-1 on the road to Liverpool and Swansea City in their last two fixtures, but now have back-to-back Premier League games against Burnley and Southampton at the London Stadium.
Saturday’s heavy defeat at Swansea saw West Ham drop to 14th position in the Premier League table, and there are a number of worried supporters at the moment.
Moyes has suggested that the club’s fans can take heart from the fact that the next two fixtures are winnable, but those comments have not gone down too well.
Indeed, the supporters have insisted that the team should have been looking to collect all three points from the Swansea fixture.
The atmosphere would become pretty toxic if West Ham lose their next two league games, and it is shaping up to be a very interesting few months at the London Stadium.
A selection of the Twitter reaction can be found below:
"We’ve got games now that we know we can get something from."https://t.co/gIwOCxv2rQ
— West Ham United (@WestHamUtd) March 5, 2018
Yeah well Swansea was one of our best opportunities
— joe harris⚒ (@1joeee) March 5, 2018
I considered Saturday to be one of those games myself. Obviously Moyes & the team didn’t.
— Gary Mills ⚒ (@GaryMillsy) March 5, 2018
— West Ham Rambles (@WestHamRambles) March 5, 2018
Weird outlook to have. Says a lot about the mentality when we're off to Anfield etc
— Daryl (@darylwhu) March 5, 2018
Get “something” from? Should be no less than a win! So negative!
— sussexhammer89 (@harryd257) March 5, 2018
Does someone fancy telling him we had a game on Saturday that we was more than capable of getting something from too?
— Dan Storey (@DapperDan) March 5, 2018
Getting embarrassing now……….
— Linda King (@lindazaking) March 5, 2018
Heard it before
— lee bono (@LeeLbono) March 5, 2018