Kalvin Phillips’ West Ham loan goes from bad to worse as England star is SENT OFF vs Nottingham Forest

KALVIN PHILLIPS’ loan spell with West Ham went from bad to worse as he saw red against Nottingham Forest.

The England international joined Forest from defending Premier League champions Manchester City in a bid to boost his Euro 2024 hopes.

Kalvin Phillips was given his marching orders in the second half of West Ham's trip to Nottingham Forest


Kalvin Phillips was given his marching orders in the second half of West Ham’s trip to Nottingham ForestCredit: Getty

The midfielder made a terrible mistake in his Hammers debut against Bournemouth earlier this month, inadvertently setting up Dominic Solanke to score.

And he was at fault for Manchester United’s third goal in West Ham’s 3-0 defeat at Old Trafford earlier this month.

But his stint at the London Stadium hit a new low on Saturday afternoon against Forest when he was giving his marching orders for a second bookable offence.

Phillips received the two bookings in the space of THREE MINUTES, much to the shock of footie fans.

One jokingly said on X: “Kalvin Phillips has had a good start at West Ham.”

Another said: “Kalvin Phillips with one of the worst loan spells in history after like 5 games is mad.”

And another said: “Kalvin Phillips sent off for West Ham on his second start.

“What a disastrous loan.”

One remarked: “I can’t remember a worse start to a loan than Kalvin Phillips at West Ham.”

Another chimed in: “Not the best start to his loan spell.”

One furious Hammers fan said: “Kalvin Phillips is a disgrace.

“Send him back. Total lack of composure and professionalism


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