In the recent match between West Ham United F.C and Fulham F.C striker Javier Hernándes equalised a goal using his hand in the match. Javier who is more commonly known as Chicharito equalised the goal to 1-1 in the match which has called for conflicting public opinions about the same.
The goal scored was a visual depiction of handball, despite of which the goal was still celebrated during the match by West Ham players. Only beside Ham’s celebration, the Fulham’s were seen giving reactions to Chicharito’s goal. The question that arises now is that would it have been better on the part of West to disallow the goal since it was clearly a handball?
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Last season, West Ham finished the year close to the transfer zone with 17 points and changed mentor from Slaven Bilic to David Moyes in an offer to turn things around. At a similar point in a year in this 2018/19, they managed to get 27 points after a total of 19 diversions which they played. In this season, the club has scored 27 objectives, while they had overseen only 19 for the season 365 days back.
The more hostile brand of football under Manuel Pellegrini isn’t having an unfavorable effect regarding surrendering objectives either. Javier Hernandez has a similar measure of objectives this year (four) as he did at a similar point last season yet has appreciated more noticeable quality and better frame with the Chilean on the seat in spite of being injured. A couple of weeks prior, he appeared to leave however his three objectives and an aid December have fundamentally changed his situation. Pellegrini is additionally dedicated to a more assault disapproved of course of action and the Hammers are averaging just about 50 percent ownership under him, a number that scarcely achieved 40 percent under David Moyes. On a coordinate day 19 of the year 2017/18, the club of West Ham were just pointed over the drop zone yet this year, they are ninth and far over the snare door. The distinction in quality among themselves and the ‘enormous 6 (, Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur, Chelsea, the Manchester clubs, and Arsenal) implies that a battle for Europe will be exceptionally troublesome yet they are just a single point off seventh.
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In 10 Premier League matches, Manchester United has managed to collect 17 points which positions the team of Jose Mourinho in the 8th spot so far. For a manager like Mourinho, this is not a very impressive or expected thing to see as he is generally regarded as one of the top tacticians in the world of soccer after having lifted some of the most prestigious pieces of silverware in the sport.
It’s because of this fairly underwhelming start of the season of Manchester United that rumors have been spreading around regarding as to which January targets will Jose Mourinho start or attempt to make for the upcoming winter transfer window.
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Mexico international Miquel Layun has said that former national team coach Juan Carlos Osorio did not deserve the criticism from the fans. The Colombian guided El Tri to yet another World Cup but they were not able to break the Quinto Partido curse as they were ousted during the round of 16 stage.
Shortly after, Osorio received plenty of criticism from the country’s supporters before stepping down from his role and Layun has now expressed his support towards the manager saying: “I don’t know [why fans didn’t take to Osorio], you’d have to ask them. In my opinion, it depends on how close you are, because I’ve experienced that.
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Javier ‘Chicharito’ Hernandez is set to remain at the London Stadium for much longer as new West Ham manager Manuel Pellegrinihas assured him of a central role in the team, as per reports. The Chilean has been charged with restoring the prestige of the club. He has promised to bring back attacking football to the east London side.
Despite heavy spending in the past two seasons, the Hammers have not had commensurate improvements. They flirted with the danger zones both terms and require re-engineering to return on track. Pellegrini excelled at Malaga and Manchester city with the 4-2-2 and 4-3-3 formation respectively.With the attacking football he is preaching, the coach would need to drop some key players, rework the starting 11 and possibly add some of his own.
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Louis van Gaal has a huge series of tasks left to do as the Dutchman is going through his debut season in charge of Manchester United but things has been a complete disaster for the manager who was selected to replace David Moyes. Manchester United started their season with a surprising defeat against Swansea City and a few days later drawing with Sunderland.
However, the problems of Louis van Gaal are not only in the recent disappointing results they have picked up but also in the entirety of the team as there are a number of players which have an undefined future at Old Trafford.
Ever since joining Manchester United on April of 2010, Javier Hernandez could never really find a place in the starting lineup of any of the managers that have been in charge of the club. Neither Sir. Alex Ferguson, David Moyes or latest one Louis van Gaal could never really fully utilize the Mexican attacker on a consistent basis as he was mostly used as a substitute player who could barely get to play for a few minutes and nothing more than that.
A few of the fringe players at Old Trafford are expected to be released by Louis van Gaal before the transfer window ends as he wants to cut down the wage bill and they have received huge interest from Juventus and Valencia as they want to sign Hernandez.
Even if Hernandez does remain being a player of Manchester United, his time at the Premier League club seems to be reaching its last few years or maybe even months as Wayne Rooney and Van Persie are undoubtedly the main attacking stars of the club and Louis van Gaal has already told the Mexican forward that he has no future at all at Old Trafford.