£120,000-a-wk ace must never play for West Ham again, Moyes has better options in U23s
Joe Hart had an absolute stinker for West Ham on Monday night as he almost dealt the club with an embarrassing defeat to Stoke at the London Stadium.
Luckily for the 30-year-old, Andy Carroll popped up with a last minute equaliser to rescue a 1-1 draw against Paul Lambert’s relegation-threatened side, however that did not stop the focus from being on him after the game in which he made an absolute howler to gift Peter Crouch a goal.
Hart’s loan deal with West Ham is due to expire in the coming weeks before returning to Manchester City, but there’s absolutely no way that he should play again for the club and David Moyes has to look at other options to play between the sticks.
With the bottom three pretty much set in stone, the Hammers should be avoiding relegation and there will be a chance for Moyes to see what his Under-23s players have to offer if he does not want to recall Adrian to his starting line-up.
Nathan Trott for example has done a decent job in Premier League 2 this term and surely he is a better option to be taking a look at over the coming weeks when Hart’s future obviously lies elsewhere.
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And that, coupled with his shocking performances, is solid enough evidence as to why Hart’s West Ham career must be over and done with.