Former England midfielder Kieron Dyer has claimed that the West Ham he joined over a decade ago were in a much better state to today’s side and admitted he probably wouldn’t sign for the club this season.
In an interview with Blowing Bubbles magazine (as quoted by KUMB.com), Dyer claimed that he joined West Ham in order to win things and contrasted Alan Curbishley’s team with the 2017/18 club, under the steward ship of David Gold and David Sullivan.
Dyer, now 39, joined West Ham back in 2007 after an eight-year stint at Newcastle United, during which he played 250 games for the Magpies. However, his fortunes would not be so great at West Ham – as he played just 20 games in four seasons at Upton Park.
The former midfielder, who earned over 30 caps for the England national team, was p