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Slaven Bilic has yet to get to the bottom of West Ham's squad night out after the recent 3-0 defeat by Southampton.
Bilic told his players to go on a bonding session on the Monday night after the game but pictures surfaced on social media the following day of striker Andy Carroll and goalkeeper Darren Randolph apparently still out, with users suggesting the pair appeared drunk.
The Hammers manager promised to launch a probe into the incident after the following weekend's clash with Middlesbrough.
But almost a fortnight after that 1-1 draw at the London Stadium, Bilic would only reveal that the internal investigation is ongoing.
It's still not over. It is an old story and it is not very important now. It is not done yet.
It is not easy, I can't do the investigation because it didn't happen on the pitch. I'm going to react but it isn't done and I don't think about that at the moment, I am thinking about our next game.
I can only repeat what I said before, it was my decision. If they stepped out of the line of the rules of our club, they will be punished.
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Goals from Charlie Austin, Dusan Tadic and James Ward-Prowse consigned Slaven Bilic's men to their fourth straight Premier League loss.Read the full story ›
Boos ring out at the London Stadium (from the few West Ham fans who have stuck around) after just about as one-sided a Premier League match as you can get. Aside from a brief spell in the second half they rarely troubled Southampton, who took their chances clinically and cut through the home side on the counterattack. Slaven Bilic's men remain mired in the relegation zone after six matches, and the pressure grows.