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David Moyes Criticises His Own Club Due To Recent Leaked Stories

David Moyes Criticises His Own Club Due To Recent Leaked Stories
By Maurice Brosnan

It has been a tumultuous year at West Ham football club. An unsuccessful stadium move and prolonged fan dissatisfaction with the hierarchy's decisions boiled over in the form of protests on the field and in the stand earlier this season. Manager David Moyes has publicly criticised several players in his squad, including Marko Arnautović, Declan Rice and most recently Andy Carroll.

In the aftermath of that, it seems the divides are not just in the fan base. It was reported last week that Andy Carroll was sent home from West Ham training today after a bust-up with Moyes and is facing a club investigation. The news of that bust up was leaked within an hour, something Moyes labeled as undermining, as he told the Telegraph. 

It does, it makes it very difficult. There are so many things at football clubs that can happen daily, whether it be transfers, dealing with players or team selections, and you hope you get a bit of trust. It’s difficult. I’ve had to come to terms with the culture of West Ham and the culture of West Ham seems to be that leaks are part of it.

Can I change it? I’m sure every manager who has come in has tried to change it. I’ve tried not to waste any energy and get too wound up by it because I think it is the culture of West Ham United.

Moyes also announced at his press conference Carroll had apologised to him and the entire playing staff. His criticism of the club comes just weeks before the board are to review his future.

SEE ALSO: Report: Andy Carroll Set For Big Fine After David Moyes Training Bust-Up

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