West Ham sack recruitment chief Henry

Joao Mario of West Ham United looks on during the Premier League match between West Ham United and Crystal Palace at London Stadium

Joao Mario of West Ham United looks on during the Premier League match between West Ham United and Crystal Palace at London Stadium

"West Ham United is a club that is proud of its diversity and has not tolerated discrimination during the whole time I played there and been associated with the club". The Hammers arrived on the south coast looking to extend their recent six-match unbeaten league sequence while seeking revenge for a humiliating 3-0 defeat handed to them by the Seagulls at the London Stadium back in October.

So West Ham fans may be concerned to learn that their club had made a January loan offer to sign none other than Phil Jagielka from Everton, as reported by the Liverpool Echo.

"Show all fans what is true".

The Hammers were keen to tie up a deal for a forward during the window as they had an attack which was blighted by injuries to a number of their key forwards. One by one we going out. "Then, in the summer, we will see".

Midfielder Cheikhou Kouyate also took to social media in response to the controversy. The post was liked by teammates Manuel Lanzini, Adrian, Pedro Obiang and Arthur Masuaku.

Reports broke earlier this week claiming that Henry had told agents West Ham were not interested in signing players from Africa after a bad experience with former striker Diafra Sakho.

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Some have seen the recent sales of Andre Ayew and Diafra Sakho as proof that this policy may indeed be prevalent at West Ham.

"It showed that we had to field the same team again as midweek but Brighton played in midweek so it's no excuse for us". It's nothing against the African race at all. My first African player was Joseph Yobo. There's not a problem with them. It's nothing personal at all.

Moyes was equally upset that his side failed to capitalise after Hernandez had brought them back into the contest, adding: "I thought we grew into the game".

"It's like Italians. How many Italians come and settle in England?"

Still, at least we are the 17th richest club in world football.

The West Ham squad is paper thin and the owners are taking an almighty gamble that we have enough to stay up considering we are just four points above the drop zone.

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