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David Moyes has the signing he wanted but West Ham's recruitment strategy is failing

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West Ham were in the market for a backup goalkeeper as soon as David Moyes arrived at the club to replace the sacked Manuel Pellegrini and after a protracted transfer saga, have finally got one.

West Ham's recruitment strategy is coming under enormous fire following the sacking of director of football Mario Husillos, leaving transfer strategy back in the hands of co-chairman David Sullivan.

Football.London understands the club wanted to make sure Randolph was ready to play.



Randolph is now back in east London after two-and-a-half years away and could make his second debut for the club this weekend against Everton after Lukasz Fabianski's recurrence of a hip injury in defeat at Sheffield United on Friday night.

West Ham's scouting network has decreased in the wake of Pellegrini's sacking.

Fernandes was touted to a whole host of Premier League clubs, not just West Ham.

With the club named in the top 20 richest Premier League clubs in the world earlier this week, anger is rising at a perceived lack of investment in a team that is languishing one point above the Premier League relegation zone.
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