According to a report from the Mirror, the West Ham players spoke among themselves about their fears for the team with the possibility of Roberto playing in goal after just ONE training session.
The 33-year-old Spaniard joined the Hammers on a free transfer in the summer. And he has proven to be nothing short of a total disaster ever since then.
He was expected to play just the cup games for West Ham. But Lukasz Fabianski's injury in September opened the door for him to start regularly
Roberto went on to concede 21 goals in 10 games for the East London Outfit. And his overall displays began to rub off on the rest of the team.
And it was no coincidence that the Hammers dropped down towards the bottom of the table from as high as third with the Spaniard between the sticks.
Former West Ham Director of Football Mario Husillos brought the 33-year-old to the club, according to the Evening Standard.
And that in itself probably contributed to his sacking.
Roberto is nowhere near good enough for the Hammers. He clearly isn't a Premier League player, and in truth, there probably wouldn't be any Championship clubs who would take him either.
The Mirror claims that the rest of the Hammers squad knew that experienced stopper was not good enough for the Premier League after just one training session.
There have been rumours that West Ham are trying to sell the Spaniard in January (Claret and Hugh).
Perhaps the east London outfit should just terminate his contract and pay him off. They need to chalk this one down to experience.
Roberto shouldn't be anywhere near the West Ham first-team squad…and it seems as though the players realised that fact very early on.
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