The Chilean manager has faith in his methods but, with no points from four games, confidence is already eroding
It fell to Mark Noble to deliver some home truths after West Ham’s 1-0 defeat by Wolves two weeks ago. The club captain had watched from the bench at the London Stadium and he felt an obligation to shake things up after witnessing another leggy performance. Noble’s anger filled the home dressing room and the worst part for the rest of the squad was that they could not argue with the midfielder’s criticism.
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