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West Ham's new manager revealed during first half v Liverpool

05 November 2017

Dominic Matteo has advised West Ham United to start with Andy Carroll against Liverpool at the London Stadium this afternoon.

West Ham fell 2-0 down at half time thanks to goals from Mohamed Salah and Joel Matip.

West Ham barely had time to process what had happened, before inexplicably conceding another.

West Ham have endured a woeful start to their 2017/18 campaign, and now sit in 16th position in the Premier League table, after a return of just nine points from their opening 10 league outings.

The 54-year-old Moyes is regarded by the club as the best immediate option to shore up West Ham despite taking Sunderland into the Championship last season, one that ended with him resigning from the club.

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Defender Steve Cook headed in the 92nd-minute victor for Eddie Howe's strugglers, earning them a second win from their last three Premier League games.

Plenty of West Ham fans have been calling for Slaven Bilic to be sacked during the first half of their match with Liverpool. Salah's scruffy low corner hit the hapless Mark Noble, forcing Hart into a decent save, and Matip couldn't miss with the rebound.

The club face Watford when they return from the global break which gives Sullivan and co-chairman David Gold some time to consider their decision.

Liverpool put the game beyond the Hammers in the 75th minute after Salah was picked out by Mane.

Liverpool cut through West Ham like a knife through butter!

This was not one of them, although the Hammers were just dreadfully flat, short of attacking spark or interplay between their attackers.

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However, speaking to BT Sport, Klopp explained that the Dutchman had a good night and the swelling had "disappeared" by the time the players convened this morning.

A mis-judged timing on the path of Joe Gomez saw Manuel Lanzini chest down Andre Ayew's cross to the back post before the Argentine poked the ball past Simon Mignolet to bring the Hammers back into the game but their celebration was shortlived.

Asked if he still felt he had the backing of the club's hierarchy, Bilic replied: "It's hard for me to talk about that now".

Yet the more direct approach got West Ham back into the game - for one full minute.

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West Ham's new manager revealed during first half v Liverpool