Tuesday, October 25

Should West Ham have kept Victor Moses?

It's nice to see Victor Moses finally getting a run as a right wing-back for Chelsea and playing really well in the demolition of Man United. With hindsight, you do wonder if West Ham should have tried harder to keep him after his loan spell ended last season. 

Moses was unlucky with injury and then the sudden emergence of  Michail Antonio. But he started off brilliantly, having an inspired home debut against Newcastle and running from the halfway line to make Payet's second goal. He also scored away to Manchester City and Blackburn. Victor made 15 league starts for the Hammers, though latterly he was restricted to coming of the bench. 

For the same money that West Ham spent on Tore and Feghouli we could probably have done a deal with Chelsea and Moses could have been competition for Antonio and filled in as a wingback too. Let's hope that decision doesn't haunt WHU tomorrow night against Chelsea.

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