3 Fringe Players West Ham Should Kick Out This Summer

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LONDON, ENGLAND - MARCH 04:  Sam Allardyce the West Ham manager reacts during the Barclays Premier League match between West Ham and Chelsea at the Boleyn Ground on March 4, 2015 in London, England.  (Photo by Paul Gilham/Getty Images)

​Sam Allardyce's West Ham United have hit a rough patch of late and need a little boost of confidence to put them back on track.


Many of West Ham's acquisitions in the summer have been the catalyst to their rise in the table this year and Allardyce will surely be looking to offload a few fringe players to make space for new incomings over the summer window.


Here is a look at who Big Sam may want to sell.

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3. Carlton Cole

​The Hammers striker signed an 18 month contract extension in January 2014 and since has offered very little for his team, scoring eight goals in 30 appearances.


His poor form and lack of goals were the reason West Ham agreed to sell him to West Brom, but the deal was cancelled late on transfer deadline day as West Ham's pursuit of Emmanuel Adebayor fell through.

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2. Guy Demel

The inconsistent defender ​Guy Demel has been at Upton Park since 2011 and the right back and most likely will be allowed to leave on a free in the summer.


Demel, 33, has only appeared six times in the league this season. 


Recently, Demel suffered concussion and was unconscious for several minutes against Cardiff. 

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1. Matt Jarvis

​The former Wolves winger hasn't figured much this season for the Hammers due to Enner Valencia's and Stewart Downing's fine form. 


While appearing seven times for West Ham in the league, the Englishman has had four shots at goals and no assists. 


He was another Hammer that almost moved on deadline day, but the deal to take him to QPR also did not come to fruition.

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