December 12, 2023

The owners of West Ham United appear to have changed their minds about David Moyes.


Following Sunday’s 5-0 loss to Fulham, West Ham manager David Moyes is under a lot of pressure, and it was mentioned shortly after the game that the Scot might only have two games left to keep his job.

The Hammers are presently comfortably positioned in ninth place in the Premier League standings, and if we manage to draw with Freiburg on Thursday night, we will advance to the Europa League’s round of 16.


So far, the 2023–24 campaign appears to be going well for those on the outside looking in, such as talkSPORT pundit Simon Jordan.


But club insiders know full well that Moyes appears to have reached his peak. The football style utilized by the Scot is laborious, excessively commonplace, and reliant on reaction rather than initiative.


The board should thank the 60-year-old for his service to West Ham and part ways with him because, in my opinion, he is incapable of leading the team any further.After all, Claudio Ranieri was fired by Leicester just six months after leading the team to the Premier League title!


The owners of West Ham should call David Moyes.


The Hammers will take a two-week winter break in January from January 7–21. That would be the perfect time, in my opinion, for the Hammers to make a managerial change.

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