Former West Ham striker, Dean Ashton, fears for his old club if they’re relegated.
Ashton has warned that West Ham faces dire consequences if manager David Moyes doesn’t keep the club in the Premier League.
“When you see back-to-back relegations – as we’ve seen with Norwich before and with Sunderland recently – it’s generally because of poor financial planning,” he told the Daily Star.
“It would be an absolute disaster for West Ham if they’re relegated this season, there’s no doubt about that.
“If they don’t start well as soon as football is back, they will be in big trouble.
“Nobody expected this at the start of the season. It looked like they’d be pushing for the top seven.
“But at West Ham they just seem to sign players that are available, rather than having a plan and a specific way of playing.”
“They have spent quite a bit of money and financially they would be in a difficult position.”
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