Since he left I always find myself trying to catch highlights of the games where he plays. I don't do that when Villa, Brighton or anyone else is playing: Just West Ham and only to see Saïd. He made a bigger impression on me than any other player who moved on to better(?) thingsIt’s a bit sad. I always thought behind the brash, show off insta and Twitter posts he was a sensitive soul who needed nurturing. Although he’s no longer a bee it’s like seeing one of your kids starting a new school and finding it hard to fit in.
Moyes has never liked flair players, just workers who have a job to do, I watched the whole game & it was as though Benrahma was told to forget all the clever stuff & just make yourself available, every time he got the ball I thought "here we go" but all he did was make a sideways pass, It was quite sad really.Absolutely. Running around aimlessly behind Haller. Not seeming to know what his role is. Is this Moyes’ way of proving himself right?
Only saw about the last half-hour of the game and he did look a bit like a fish out of water. However he did play a very good through ball to Antonio in injury time and he fluffed the chance.Moyes has never liked flair players, just workers who have a job to do, I watched the whole game & it was as though Benrahma was told to forget all the clever stuff & just make yourself available, every time he got the ball I thought "here we go" but all he did was make a sideways pass, It was quite sad really.
Get him on loan for the first year at say 500k then the other 4-5 million over the next three years ...Wouldn't it be sweet if we get promoted and stay up, but they get relegated next season (or this one, but not looking likely ATM), having coughed up the readies for Said and we then offer them, say £5m, for him?
Makes you think when they are prepared to write off what they paid for Said on letting Haller go simply because he doesn't fit into their style of football.west ham recruitment is awful..they probably bought said just because everyone said how good he was (and he is)
Thats the problem with clubs in the transfer market and manager market come to think of it.It's mad they Sell Haller with a massive loss as he's not a Moyes player, surely a player needs to be a West ham player as Moyes could be gone next week and the next manager could utilise Haller in a better way
You know, when you put it like that, it's so bloody obvious.Thats the problem with clubs in the transfer market and manager market come to think of it.
We hire managers to manage what we put in front of them for our system. We haven't, since Benham took over, hired a manager that doesn't continue the style, formation etc of our way. This has meant the players don't need to adapt to a new system or a team needs to be replaced frequently and costly.
West Ham, and other clubs, struggle as they have to change and adapt. Just look at WBA. The players are passing, possession type players. They've hired Sam Allardyce who plays hoofball. In that time he's managed 4 games, losing 3 and drawing one. Confeded 13 times and scored once. For them to succeed, they'll sell players that don't fit and replace with his style. Costing more money. Then in the summer, do they stick or twist with him and rebuild yet again?
They need to pass to him and move the ball more quickly generally. He passes and moves then doesn't see the ball again. Far too much down the right hand side first half.
There were plenty of tweets form their fans saying he looked the most likely to make things happen.
Benrahma wants to play quickly but West Ham slow everything down. 3 defensive midfielder vs a non league team. That tells a story in it self. Should of gone to Leeds then you would of seen the real Said. Maybe if we get promoted we could have him back. So So So wasted at West Ham. As long as they pay up.They need to pass to him and move the ball more quickly generally. He passes and moves then doesn't see the ball again. Far too much down the right hand side first half.
Tweet seems to have disappeared or I can't see as I am not a Twitter user. What did it say?