Richard Keys isn’t a fan of the West Ham United man right now.
Richard Keys has told West Ham United co-owner David Gold to hang his head in shame after his Twitter activity recently.
Gold ‘liked’ a Twitter post on deadline day which described some West Ham fans as morons.
The Irons twice let a two-goal lead slip in Saturday’s 3-3 draw with Brighton & Hove Albion in East London, resulting in David Moyes’s side dropping to 18th in the Premier League table.
With Sebastien Haller, their £45 million striker, only netting six times in 24 outings, things are looking increasingly precarious for West Ham and the Gold incident hasn’t helped matters with regards to stability.
Here’s what the former Sky Sports presenter wrote on his blog about the West Ham co-owner: “It’s a mess. How David Gold has got the brass neck to ‘like’ a tweet referring to West Ham fans as ‘morons’ I don’t know.
“Hang your head in shame David and remember that you too are a West Ham fan.”
The Londoners signed Jarrod Bowed on the final day of the January transfer window and it’s probably fair to say that there’s unrealistic expectations on the former Hull City star already.
The 23-year-old has only seven Premier League appearances under his belt and it’s unfair to ask him to steer the club away from the Championship by May.
He might well do, but other players – like Haller specifically – need to be doing so much more to help West Ham.