"I'm sure Slaven is sending them out there with a game plan telling them "Look if we take the lead let's keep it tight at the back" but they're conceding too many goals". I'm a big admirer of John, he is one of the best that ever played. He won everything, he did everything and we are talking about an England captain, a true leader. Their narrow win against Swansea ended a run of five at home for West Ham featuring at least three goals, and with six of Everton's last seven also going over the 2.5 goals line we should see plenty of chances at the London Stadium. You never say never'.
ANDY CARROLL will miss tomorrow's clash with Everton after a freak injury - mis-kicking the ball!
However, even though Carroll played the full 90 minutes, the injury has now ruled him out of Saturday's match at the Olympic Stadium.
Ronald Koeman and Slaven Bilic have only met three times as opposing managers. "He felt it in the beginning of the game".
"We can talk about a mis-kick or an assist for Andre's goal but he said at that moment he felt it".More news: Leonard's 37 points lead Spurs by Grizzlies 96-82
The relationship between Bilic and Sakho has reportedly hard between the pair, with the striker close to leaving the club last summer, but for the move to West Bromwich Albion falling short to a failed medical.
Carroll is struggling with a recurrence of a groin problem so Bilic will assess Sakho's fitness.
"I have spoken about the thing with Diafra Sakho that was in the papers and all that already", Bilic stated.
Bilic however insisted that there is no turmoil between him and the Senegalese global and that they even spoke on the day of the match.
Speculation on Wednesday suggested the Hammers had lined up a move for Lazio boss Simone Inzaghi as doubts continued to surround his future.