As per ExWHUEmployee, David Moyes has a West Ham United squad that is free from injuries for the upcoming match against Southampton in the Premier League on Sunday, 2nd April.
During international breaks, players often return with injuries, causing problems for club managers.
However, West Ham’s first-team players, such as Lukasz Fabianski and Michail Antonio, have had time to recover from their respective injuries during the Premier League hiatus.
ExWHUEmployee has said that having a fully-fit squad is a massive boost for West Ham United before their upcoming game.
The absence of reported injuries is a great thing for the team and a relief for David Moyes, who would have been concerned about the possibility of injuries.
With a fit squad, David Moyes can take on the final stretch of the Premier League season and try to move away from the relegation zone.
Although West Ham currently sits at 18th position, a win could see them move up to 12th place. Moyes needs to use his squad wisely to make this happen.
The Times makes new hugely exciting West Ham takeover and stadium claim
The Times has made an exciting claim overnight that could potentially change everything related to West Ham’s takeover and stadium situation.
There has been a lot of speculation about the future of the London Stadium and the ownership situation at West Ham. Many fans are unhappy with both.
Despite the differing opinions among West Ham fans, they all agree that the club’s true potential lies in owning the London Stadium under ambitious new ownership.
Since moving to the stadium in 2016, the bowl-shaped arena has been a source of frustration for fans due to the distance from the stands to the pitch, the large gaps between the upper and lower tiers, and the fact that West Ham does not own their home ground.
Owning the ground is crucial for West Ham to fix the issues surrounding the stadium, redevelop it into a proper football arena, and have more say in key decisions.
Czech billionaire Daniel Kretinsky has been linked with a possible takeover of West Ham, and he became the second-biggest stakeholder of the club in November 2021.
The Times has now made a new claim that Kretinsky may complete a full takeover of West Ham and also purchase the London Stadium outright, potentially changing everything for the club.
“It is understood that West Ham have made clear that nothing is off the table in terms of making the stadium work, including the club taking it over completely,” Ziegler reports for The Times.
“Those close to Daniel Kretinsky, the Czech billionaire who became one of the main shareholders in the club in 2021 and who may complete a full takeover, say he would be open to a deal for the stadium…
“An agreement to sell the stadium to West Ham would almost certainly have to include a compensation payment to UK Athletics.”
The LLDC’s ownership of the London Stadium is expected to be a financial burden on taxpayers even if they secure a naming rights deal, according to a report quoting Lyn Garner, the chief of the LLDC.
This news follows rumors that Chelsea is considering a four-year ground share at the London Stadium, which would put the club in direct competition with West Ham, their rivals.