“It’s pathetic” – Insider reacts to “massive” new injury blow for David Moyes as the 26-year-old ruled out ahead or Burnley’s clash…

West Ham United faces concerns over the potential injuries to forwards Jarrod Bowen and Michail Antonio, and journalist Paul Brown suggests the impact of their possible absence could be significant for the club. Bowen, a key player for West Ham since joining in 2020, has been sent home from England duty due to an injury issue. Brown emphasizes Bowen’s importance to the team, especially after signing a new seven-year contract in October, and highlights the forward’s contribution to West Ham’s recent successes, including their Europa Conference League triumph in 2022/23.

Brown views England’s decision to send Bowen back for assessment by West Ham as a wise move. He underscores the uncertainty about the severity of Bowen’s injury and stresses the potential impact if both Bowen and Antonio are sidelined for an extended period, describing them as key players and driving forces in West Ham’s goal-scoring threat.

Before Bowen’s contract extension, there were reports linking him to Liverpool and Newcastle United. Meanwhile, West Ham is reportedly looking to revive their interest in AFC Bournemouth striker Dominic Solanke, who has impressed with six goals in 12 Premier League appearances during the 2023/24 season.

The article concludes with West Ham’s upcoming fixtures after the international break, including a Premier League match against Burnley and a Europa League clash against Backa Topola. Progressing in the Europa League would secure West Ham’s spot in the knockout stages.


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