Sunderland midfielder Wahbi Khazri has slated former Black Cats supervisor and present West Ham boss David Moyes, implying that his lack of belief within the Tunisian may have been a significant component behind Sunderland’s relegation final season.
Khazri is presently having fun with a profitable mortgage spell with Ligue 1 facet Rennes which – if his latest interview has something to go by – has given the 26-year-old a much-needed confidence increase, the place he claimed that maybe his former supervisor Moyes ought to have proven extra perception in him.
Reported by Sport Witness, Khazri – talking of Moyes – stated: “He didn’t belief me, I didn’t go into his plans however the truth that we completed with 20 factors is on himself. He simply didn’t like my type of play, it occurs. For those who don’t change a staff that wins, he doesn’t change a shedding staff. I’m not saying that I may have modified the membership by myself, however I may have helped the staff.”
Khazri’s statistics in Ligue 1 this season, maybe Moyes ought to have given the attacking midfielder extra of a possibility in his facet. Khazri has made eight appearances in all competitions this season (seven in Ligue 1 and one within the cup), the place the ignored Sunderland man has managed to bag himself a formidable six targets.
Moyes has come underneath scrutiny up to now for his stubbornness in reference to staff choice, the place ought to his lower than stellar run as West Ham boss proceed, it could possibly be a theme which can return.
The Scotsman is but to register a win in his three video games as Hammers supervisor, which included a humiliating Four-Zero loss to his former facet Everton in midweek.
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West Ham presently discover themselves in 19th place and issues don’t look to be getting any simpler for the East Londoners. First they journey to the Etihad to face Manchester Metropolis on , earlier than going through Chelsea and Arsenal of their following two league matches.