Newcastle Howe embarrasses West Ham boss Moyes by dealing with a star worth 63 million pounds

Newcastle manager Eddie Howe is proving West Ham boss David Moyes wrong in his handling of new signing Alexander Isaacs.

Newcastle signed Isaac from Real Sociedad in the summer for around £63m.Sky Sports(While West Ham paid nearly £35m to bring Scamaka to London Stadium from Sassuolo)Sky Sports).

read…David Moyes made a puzzling claim to Gianluca Scamaca and Michael Antonio

The 22-year-old Swedish star and the 23-year-old Italian star have seen contrasting fortunes since moving to the Premier League.

Both strikers are very similar in style of play.

Isak’s height is 6 feet 4 inches while Skamaka’s height is 6 feet 5 inches and both players are very technically talented. West Ham’s senior squad is one year older than the Newcastle star and both have joined the Premier League from the so-called lower leagues (La Liga and Serie A).

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One thrives in England while the other struggles. And we think there’s a very simple reason for that…

West Ham coach David Moyes needs to follow Newcastle’s progress with Skamaka

The Scotsman has consistently highlighted how he needs to facilitate the Italian’s intervention.

We’ve covered extensively how this is an old method that doesn’t have a place in the modern game anymore – especially when it comes to attackers.

The strikers thrive on their stats and at the moment Skamaka’s Premier League record is read as five games and no goals. It must be very difficult for the Italians.

Moyes gives him 20 minutes here and there – only 167 in total in the Premier League. How on earth would he expect to get what kind of rhythm?

Meanwhile, Newcastle manager Eddie Howe threw Isak from the start. The Swede has scored two goals in three Premier League matches so far and has already played 244 minutes!

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There are plenty of examples of strikers who have signed from outside thrown straight into the Premier League as well – Manchester City star Erling Haaland and Tottenham star Dejan Kulusevski in January.

Isak is the most poignant comparison that can be made, because of the similarities between him and Skamaka.

It’s really frustrating to see Howe give Isak the best platform necessary for success while Squacca looks almost handcuffed at London Stadium.

If Moyes wants to get the best out of the Italian, he has to give him 10 games in a row or so to prove his worth. If he struggles, the Scotsman can bring him down to the bench. The best time to start new signings is once they’ve signed, when they’re ringing after the club has spent so much money on them.

West Ham boss Moyes completely mishandled Skamaka and he needs to take a look at the way Newcastle boss Eddie Howe approached Isak for inspiration.

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