MARTINEZ: He's banging in goals for fun with the U23.
The answer definitely wouldn't be getting rid of Moyes after one game, however some fans seem to think it is with #MoyesOut trending on Twitter.
"This type of interest in players and coaches happens", he said. With the English press breathing new life this week into Carvalho to West Ham, the story has been picked up in Portugal. The honeymoon has already been cancelled, and the realities of his latest marriage have hit both parties hard.
Making matters worse for the east London club was a gruesome injury to record signing Arnautovic in the second half.
As the Hammers floundered in their attempts to muster a response, Carroll's frustration grew further and he was booked for an off-the-ball barge on Richarlison.
"Just get on and do the job and be a little more humble for your team-mates".
'I can't comment on the earlier games'. Why not with the First Team?
The Hammers are off to an awful start in Premier League play, sitting in 18th place and having recently hired David Moyes as manager after sacking Slaven Bilic. "He has got the ability to score goals and make goals but he has to be a team player as well and be part of it. The players have all been made aware of what is expected of them". But we need a united club. It's safe to say his career has been on a downward spiral since he left Everton.
"Completely false", Hernandez wrote of the reports.
From Yakubu Aiyegbeni at Everton to Victor Anichebe at Sunderland, Moyes' teams seemed more fruitful with a strong presence up front.
The Brazilian was diving one way but stuck out a hand in the other direction to block Arnautovic's header, and then stretched out a leg to divert the rebound wide.
Cheikhou Kouyate had a chance to equalise, but the West Ham midfielder's drive was repelled by Heurelho Gomes. His side have conceded 21 goals in the league this season which is only 1 less than bottom side Crystal Palace.
For manager David Moyes, it is a complex challenge.
Moyes can only hope to turn it all around in the Hammers' next game against Leicester City on Friday evening.
The burly striker was immediately in the thick of the action, leaving Watford's debutant Marvin Zeegelaar in a heap in just the second minute after catching him with his elbow.