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West Ham fans: Would you rather sell Sebastien Haller or Declan Rice?

By Squawka News

Published: 15:05, 7 October 2019

West Ham fans are no doubt feeling reasonably content with their side, who have started this season in promising fashion.

Despite their recent setback against Crystal Palace, the Hammers find themselves only two points below the Champions League places.

It’s a change of scenario given they’ve often been operating well below the level of Manuel Pellegrini’s present side, which is laced with creative footballers.

Before this campaign got underway, many observers identified them as potential top-six gatecrashers but it remains to be seen whether they will come good on that prediction. The inconsistency shown during defeat to Roy Hodgson’s men certainly suggests that there is still a long way to go.

Declan Rice is currently the jewel in the Hammers’ crown while Sébastien Haller has settled in well after his summer move from Eintracht Frankfurt – but who would West Ham supporters rather sell?

And on the subject of team bonding – who would fans rather go for a night out with: Mark Noble or Aaron Cresswell?

And would they prefer to play at the London Stadium with Pellegrini as manager, or go back to Upton Park but have David Moyes as their head coach?

In regards to London rivalries – they all clearly mean a huge amount to the West Ham fanbase – but would they rather beat Tottenham or Chelsea?

Watch the video at the top of the article to hear West Ham fans tackle all the big questions – and a few obscure ones – doing the rounds at the London Stadium.

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