Published: Sat, March 10, 2018
Sports | By Brooke Harris

Hart gets WC lifeline with West Ham start

Hart gets WC lifeline with West Ham start

The former Everton and Manchester United manager added: "We still have plenty of games, we are good enough and we will be out of the bottom three come the end of the season". If that means catching Arsenal, it would be great. "You know, the players had gone a goal down, we want them to keep their focus".

For all its faults, the London Stadium has given West Ham a solid base under David Moyes and they will be glad to be back home after last week's 4-1 mauling at Swansea, their second consecutive defeat by that scoreline on the road following the previous weekend's loss at Liverpool. "Away as well. That's credit to us". There was a reason Hart was dropped from the starting XI and he did his West Ham, nor England, chances any good with a sub-par performance. "It's a tough situation, I can sympathise with the fans". A few injuries - did my hamstring, did my knee, did everything I possibly could do.

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They would be dream jobs for a lot of people, but I've got plenty of steps to take before I get anywhere near that level. However, both players are too inconsistent and will find life tough against one of the hardest working teams in the league.

There was also more emphasis on playing more concise passes and the quick play by Burnley left Everton chasing shadows.

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Hart's spot in Gareth Southgate's squad for this summer's tournament in Russian Federation has been in jeopardy since he lost his place at West Ham in December following some inconsistent performances.

He said: "Obviously the World Cup is coming up and if I can carry on the form I have been showing so far, then happy days". However, that hasn't stopped the former Chelsea man and he still plays for U.S. side Tampa Bay Rowdies in the second tier of the United States league and he has already started working on the future.

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