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‘Our Leader’ ‘Played For The Badge’ ‘Heroic’ Fans On Twitter Hail West Ham Star’s Recent Form

‘Our Leader’ ‘Played For The Badge’ ‘Heroic’ Fans On Twitter Hail West Ham Star’s Recent Form

West Ham midfielder Declan Rice was one of the many players in the Hammers side who put in a good displays against Arsenal despite coming out on the losing side at the weekend.

The Hammers star took to Twitter after the game to express his disappointment but he felt there were some good things to take from the performance:

In response, supporters were praising Rice for his display and his recent form:

Of course, with the club’s top-flight status in peril, good performances are simply not enough, and if they are to get away from the relegation zone, they will need to turn these types of displays into results very soon.

West Ham are currently only out of the dropzone on goal difference, level on points with both Watford and Bournemouth. A win against Wolves on Sunday would be a big boost, but with the Midlands club having ambitions of qualifying for Europe, it’s going to be a tough contest.