18 July 2024

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28-year-old is surely finished at West Ham United after soul destroying snub during Liverpool clash yesterday.

West Ham lost 3-1 to Liverpool at Anfield on Sunday, and one decision made by David Moyes midway through the second-half really was surprising.

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The Hammers manager tried to get his team back in the game by making two attacking substitutions after 74 minutes.
He brought on Mohammed Kudus and Pablo Fornals in place of Michail Antonio and Tomas Soucek.

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The West Ham fans were surprised that Said Benrahma didn’t get the nod ahead of Fornals, and the Algerian would have been baffled himself.

It’s not a very good sign concerning his future at the London Stadium, that’s for sure…

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The fact that Benrahma wasn’t introduced into yesterday’s match when we were chasing the game was baffling.

The 28-year-old must be seriously considering his future at the London Stadium now, or worrying about it at the very least.

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The skilful Algeria international is arguably our best attacking and most creative outlet inside the final third.

So the fact that Moyes didn’t even bring him on for West Ham against Liverpool at Anfield yesterday really is mind-boggling.

He has never really been one of Moyes favourites. That said, he has been given plenty of game-time over the past year or so and it must be said that he has flattered to deceive.

I reckon there’s a very good chance that he won’t be a West Ham player beyond the end of the January transfer window, or next summer at the latest.

As good as Benrahma has been at times, he just isn’t consistent enough and a move away from the club will probably be the best thing for him this winter.

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