West Ham fans have been given some bad news recently. The Hammers may really enjoy getting to watch the fantastic Felipe Anderson when he’s his best, but at the moment the Irons aren’t happy with him and are pleased that he’s set for a spell on the sidelines.
Some positive news for you: Antonio should be back for Wednesday, Fredericks is well ahead of schedule and could be back much sooner than expected and Fabianski is recovering well. Randolph felt no problems after the game too. Negative: Anderson could be out until February
— ExWHUemployee (@ExWHUemployee) January 19, 2020
Obviously, the circumstances behind Anderson’s layoff are not the ones that the fans would have wanted. However, the fact that the Brazilian is out is the important bit and its good news for the supporters who are sick and tired of his inconsistencies.
Whether or not the form books will turn around for West Ham without Anderson is yet to be seen, but if they really don’t then the fans will be waiting eagerly to see if their side becomes better when Anderson makes his return from injury at some point in February.
Is Felipe Anderson having a bad season?
You can read the Irons’ thoughts on Anderson here:
That’s not a negative, we play better without Anderson in my opinion
— Josh Trownson (@josh_trownson) January 19, 2020
Andersons been out all season, snodgrass offere more
— Callum Harvey (@CallumH53134572) January 19, 2020
Don’t get all the fuss about Anderson we all know the owners will splash the cash on a replacement
— westham87 (@whu05789506) January 19, 2020
I’d say Anderson injured is a positive, he has as many goals this season as hernandez who left in August, Wiltshire who is always injured and zabaleta an ageing right back, to add to his 1 goal in 2019 calendar year, says it all really
— jh (@jas1979whu) January 19, 2020
Anderson has been our most of the season anyway. Given up on Lanzini and I’m not far away with him.
— Steve Milchard (@stevemilchard) January 19, 2020
Ex it makes me wonder why when our squad is thin that we loaned out Coventry and Holland
— Rob Rose (@RobRose42) January 19, 2020
The Irons will be keen to see how they get on without Anderson, and only time will tell if they improve.