‘He has the stamina of a walrus!’ Man United fans hammer on-loan midfielder

first_img1 Hull City had a familiar name in their team as they drew 0-0 with Arsenal in the FA Cup fifth round.Manchester United midfielder Nick Powell lined up for the Tigers against their Premier League opponents as he made his first appearance since a loan move to Steve Bruce’s side.The player’s comments that he had forgotten to watch his parent club in action against Midtjylland on Wednesday as he was playing FIFA had not endeared himself to the Red Devils faithful and in return they were pretty scathing about showing for Hull.You can see what Man United fans said on Twitter below… Hull City midfielder Nick Powell last_img read more

New-look West Ham have been a ‘big disappointment’, says ex-boss Harry Redknapp

first_img 2 Manuel Pellegrini’s West Ham career has got off to a nightmare start It’s been a shocking start for the Hammers Harry Redknapp has branded West Ham a ‘big disappointment’ following the new-look side’s ‘horrendous’ start to the season.However, the former Hammers boss believes the team have a great chance to claim their first win of the season against a ‘very poor’ Everton side next weekend.Despite spending over £100million on transfers over the summer, Manuel Pellegrini’s side sit rock-bottom of the Premier League table after four defeats from their opening four games.Things just haven’t clicked for the Chilean boss, whose only win in charge has come against AFC Wimbledon in the League Cup, and some are already calling for his head. Redknapp didn’t go that far, but admitted the team have let supporters down having promised so much with a new manager and a fresh team over the summer months.“It’s obviously been a disappointing start,” ‘Arry told the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast on Thursday.“We all had big hopes this year after they spent over £100million in the summer.“The fans had great expectations they would have a team that would be up there just off the top-six, but so far they have not delivered.” But the former boss believes their next trip to face Everton after the international break has come at the perfect time for the Hammers.The Toffees are unbeaten after four games but have only won once – drawing against Wolves, Bournemouth and Huddersfield.“It’s been a horrendous start for West Ham, but they can still do it,” Redknapp added.“They need to pick up some results quickly, and I think they’ve got a chance at Everton.“I saw Everton the other week at Bournemouth and I couldn’t say I was that impressed, and they were poor last week at home to Huddersfield, where they were fortunate to get a draw.“So it’s a chance for West Ham.“They played quite well at Arsenal but got beat, so they need to turn in a performance quickly and the one at Everton is a big game, for sure.”Listen back to Harry Redknapp on the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast IN FULL above! 2last_img read more