Stan Collymore has the solution for David Moyes at West Ham
Stan Collymore shared that he believes the Hammers have the potential to be a decent team, but revealed they just lack a consistent style of play.
The outspoken pundit tweeted a short message during West Ham’s 2-1 loss to Manchester City on Sunday.
There's a decent team to be shaped from what West Ham have.
Need a defined style of play and stick to it,too many times this season you're left with "what's the plan?".
— Stan Collymore (@StanCollymore) December 3, 2017
Collymore was positive about what the Hammers have available to them, saying a decent team could be shaped at the club.
The pundit believed that if the club had a “defined style of play” and stuck to it, then they would be improved.
Historically West Ham had been famous for playing a certain way, so much so that the term “the West Ham way” was created to describe attacking football.
The Hammers have struggled regardless of the style of football they’ve played this season, as they sit 19th only one point clear of bottom club Swansea City.
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West Ham are on their second manager of the season, having fired Slaven Bilic in November and replaced him with David Moyes.
Moyes has picked up one point from his first three games in charge, and his next two games get no easier.
The Hammers travel to face Chelsea on Saturday before playing Arsenal the following Wednesday.
In other West Ham news, Gary Neville took a swipe at the Hammers ahead of their clash with Man City.