West Ham boss Allardyce raps "greedy" Morrison for ignoring Diame

West Ham United boss Sam Allardyce was frustrated with Ravel Morrison's first-half miss during their stalemate with Swansea City.

West Ham United boss Sam Allardyce was frustrated with Ravel Morrison's first-half miss during their stalemate with Swansea City.

The culmination of an incisive counter-attack, the former Manchester United youngster opted to go for goal, rather than squaring to Mo Diame, a decision that both he and his colleagues were left to rue.

"All Rav had to do was roll the ball across for Mo Diame to tap it in and he got a bit greedy and wanted to score himself," Big Sam confirmed to whufc.com.

"You've got to play the best man in if it's a goalscoring chance and if he's not there, then yes, take the shot at goal, see if you can score.

"After that, Guy Demel and Mo Diame had chances and chances, balls were dropping down in their box. Even the goalie tried to punch one in his own net for us!"

 
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