Tweets of the Week: West Ham fans furious at Allardyce’s tactics against Watford

Hammers supporters criticise lack of creativity from their team

Nolan was a passenger again last night. We didn’t look like scoring until Vaz Te came on - @Daveyboymarra

We need pace in the midfield, Nolan and Noble can’t play as a two. Why didn’t Lansbury start? Morrison could be worth a go in midfield now - @rossihammer78

We lack someone in the middle who can unlock a defence that has nine men behind the ball and we need to play with some width - @browser1983

We lacked creativity and patience in play – just hoofing it to Cole is no tactic. I’d have preferred Lansbury and Collison starting over Nolan and Cole - @targetmanblog

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We lack flair and imagination. Nolan has a calming influence and Noble gives you the work rate. Morrison is the answer - @jimmyhammer79

We had the wrong formation and goal scorer. Nolan is best as a central attacking mifielder, we should have had Lansbury with him and Noble and then the wingers can get forward more - @dan_whu

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The thing missing was tactics. Lumping the ball down field will never open up defences. When we pass and move we look good - @MarkWHUFC

The so-called ‘supporters’ didn’t turn up. We were poor on the pitch, but worse on the terraces - @louisb91

The problem lies in tactics, we aren’t set up to score goals - @ryan_coughlan

How can Allardyce expect the strikers to form a partnership when they never play together regularly? - @joebarr1973

The problem lies in the fact we play terrible football and don’t pass, create space or make decent runs. The ball just gets lumped! - @johnsw11

Why isn’t a Baldock and Maynard striker partnership given a try? I love Cole but he doesn’t score enough, these two can - @joebarr1973

Allardyce claims that we are making chances and wasting them, but really, how many clear-cut chances do we make? Not enough - @ShaneBailey_ITF

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