Angry West Ham fan devises expletive-laden 10 point plan to sort out club's mess

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An angry West Ham United fan has devised an expletive-laden 10 point plan to sort of the club's mess this summer.

West Ham manager Slaven BilicUnder pressure: West Ham manager Slaven Bilic

The Hammers have endured a torrid second season under Slaven Bilic, a far cry from their record breaking efforts last term.

Woeful recruitment and a lack of investment from co-owners David Sullivan and David Gold has been blamed for the club's shortcomings.

Supporters are growing increasingly disillusioned with thousands stating they do not intend to renew season tickets in online polls.

And after another unremarkable display in the 2-2 draw at hapless Sunderland last time out, one Hammers fan hit out in an expletive-laden comment on HITC.com with a 10 point plan to get his beloved club back on track.

The supporter, who goes by the username Like My Dreams, is clearly passionate about his club and many fans will relate to his points, listed below (minus the naughty words).

West Ham United fansWest Ham United fans have not had much to shout about this season

1) Buy a goalkeeper

2) Buy a right back

3) Buy another left back

4) Buy Mamadou Sakho from Liverpool

5) Buy a defensive midfield player

6) Buy a creative attacking midfield player

7) Buy a striker

8) Change and sort the coaching methods, and or coaching staff

9) Stop messing about (wasting time chasing players who we know don't want to come to us like Romelu Lukaku and Carlos Bacca)

10) Message to the board: Sell up and go away and take Karren Brady with you

The majority of West Ham fans would probably agree with most of he points made, with neither Darren Randolph or Adrian up to the job of being the club's number one, as highlighted once again against Sunderland.

West Ham United's Sam Byram arrives before the matchWest Ham United's Sam Byram

A right back has been a problem position for the Hammers for the last three years but the club have consistently failed to invest in a long term player of sufficient quality although Sam Byram has showed some promise of late.

Sakho has been superb for Crystal Palace since being shipped out on loan by Liverpool boss and would represent a much better option than the ageing Jose Fonte, particularly as Winston Reid is so injury prone.

Whether the club needs another left back is up for debate given Arthur Masuaku's improved performances and on the assumption Aaron Cresswell will rediscover his best form next term.

Watford v Liverpool - Barclays Premier LeagueMamadou Sakho

West Ham need quality reinforcements in most areas including defensive and attacking midfield and probably need at least two quality strikers rather than one, with Diafra Sakho's future uncertain and Andy Carroll injury-prone.

Legendary Hammers defender turned coach Julian Dicks admitted last week he doesn't take defensive training sessions at the club and reports claim Bilic will be asked to shake up his staff should he be retained this summer.

West Ham United co chairman David Gold (L), co chairman David Sullivan (R) and Vice Chairman Karren Brady after the press conferenceCo-owners David Gold and David Sullivan with vice-chairman Karren Brady

Karren Brady was very vocal about the fact the club has tried multiple times to try and sign Everton star Romelu Lukaku, which did not go down well with realistic supporters who feel the owners' very public way of doing business is designed solely to sell season tickets.

Many fans still back the board but a growing number are discontented and it will be telling to see just how many of the record 52,000 season ticket holders the club will retain for the second season at the Olympic Stadium.

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