In his Evening Standard column, Moyes said he was "disappointed" with Carroll's actions, while also taking aim at the club for leaking details of his training-ground summit with the forward.
"Initially, I wasn't aware that he had left the bench and I didn't hear what had happened until after the game". "I don't believe there was any excuse for what he did".
"As I write this, we still have three important Premier League matches to play, games in which I want us to stand together, proudly - players, staff and supporters - and fight to cross the finishing line in the strongest way possible".
Reports from the training ground the next day claimed that Carroll and Moyes were involved in a heated discussion about the incident and the West Ham boss has since revealed that he'd chose to fine the striker.
'All of the video games now are huge, ' Moyes added. I told him he needed to come in the following day and speak to me and the players and he did that.
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A number of their players have been linked with moves to the Premier League this summer and it seems West Ham and Leicester City may have the same intentions.
The England global is said to be frustrated at his lack of game time now, and now as per reports in England, David Moyes's side Hammers are willing to break record transfer once again this season to land him in the coming season.
The London outfit will be aiming for just their third away win in the league when they travel to ninth-placed Leicester City on Saturday. "We're quite happy that it is done in dusted".
"The motivation and attitude has been very good". They know what's at stake, we are going to work collectively and attempt to win'.