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The system is starting to work! [video]

Filed: Saturday, 25th August 2018
By: Staff Writer

Naturally disappointed by defeat, John Phillips maintains that there were several positives to take from the 3-1 loss against Arsenal.

West Ham became the first side in Premier League history to lose the opening three games of consecutive seasons after being outgunned by Unai Emery's side in north London on Saturday afternoon.

However JP remains relatively positive having witnessed what he felt were a number of improvements in West Ham's performance, compared to the recent outings against Liverpool and Bournemouth.

Join John as he assesses West Ham's performance at The Emirates this afternoon (includes minimal x-rated language)...

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