Marco Silva convincingly won the tactical battle of the managers touted for the West Ham hot-seat in today’s encounter at Vicarage Road. New Hammers boss David Moyes had opted for a very familiar system which centered around the battering ram approach with Andy Carroll as the target man.
It’s the latest edition of our ‘Your Shout’ series which give Hammers fans the opportunity to send in videos of themselves discussing all things West Ham.
In our latest ‘Your Shout’ overseas Hammer Paul has sent over a video giving his opinions and early impressions on the appointment of David Moyes. He might not have been everyone’s first choice as his short contract would indicate but slowly and surely he appears to be installing a more professional set-up at Rush Green.
Well it has been an eventful few days with emotions running high and everyone having their opinions on Slaven Bilic, David Moyes and the owners.
Well the David Moyes rumour seems to be less likely with every passing minute largely because the fans don’t believe it’s a terribly good idea. If as we are led to believe Slaven Bilic’s time as West ham manager is at an end then surely we have the ideal opportunity to choose the correct appointment to take the club forward.
Sorry but I couldn’t resist the Halloween themed headline but it is quite apt. Our inability to hold on to a 2-0 lead against a struggling team without a striker was horrific whilst Antonio displayed the dexterity of Herman Munster at the end.
We have precious little to laugh about at the moment but at least Mike & Canning Town Len are attempting to cheer us up.
That was the title of Septembers Blowing Bubbles Magazine and it looks quite prophetic as October draws to a close. When the team from the popular West Ham publication sent me their clips on Friday even the most pessimistic of us never imagined that we’d lose 3-0 at home to Brighton Hove Albion.