The former Chelsea striker claimed that the Irons were “terrible,” and they “could not have set a worse example of how to be a threat from corners.”
This season West Ham have not scored one goal from their 49 corners, so there’s clearly improvements to be had.
However, some ans believe that the delivery was all good from Robert Snodgrass, suggesting that the movement wasn’t there from the players that were meant to be attacking the ball.
See the best of the reaction below:
Cascarino: “West Ham were terrible from corners. They could not have set a worse example for how to be a threat from corners. They had ten of them, none of which troubled Sheffield United. Every delivery was poor. You will not go anywhere in this league without good set pieces.” pic.twitter.com/f5gJfDO9fK
— West Ham Gossip (@westham_gossip) October 28, 2019
Snoddy whipped some decent balls in, we didn’t close to one of them. Got to attack them more, Haller, Rice and Diop all big lads, how can they not got their head on one of them?
— Sam Brooks (@Sambrooks90) October 28, 2019
Every delivery was poor? Snodgrass put some great balls in. It’s just clear we don’t have any sort of plan to confuse the defence and just hope someone gets on the end of it
— John bellion (@jbellion24) October 28, 2019
Nonsense, Snodgrass put 3-4 corners bang on the money but there were no attacking players for us there.
— Mark David (@markdavid_91) October 28, 2019
Snods corners were decent
— Martyn Hobbs (@MartynHobbs12) October 29, 2019
One other Hammers fan even questioned Manuel Pellegrini’s decision to drop Angelo Ogbonna.
Because he took Ogbonna out, our biggest threat from a corner
— YARMYLENKO (@Westhamunited29) October 28, 2019