David Moyes admits that he looked at world football from the highest level as a former Manchester United manager and from that ‘penthouse’ knows where he wants to take the Hammers
Just for the record – because it’s barely news – Said Benrahma will not be available for today’s match in Manchester.
By Hughie Southon
It may not be the biggest game of the season but it’s pretty close to it and we can only guess at how Moysie is going to play it at Old Trafford tomorrow .
Who would be a manager when you get it completely wrong especially when you have every reason to believe the decision you have made is spot on!
David Moyes is the first to admit we aren’t there just yet as the top four talk dominates West Ham for the first time in many years.
West Ham return to the “big game situation” tomorrow and most certainly owe Manchester United one after the London Stadium defeat which saw Mark Noble miss a late pen.
West Ham are reported to have joined a number of clubs currently watching Hull City’s exciting winger Keane Lewis Potter.
By CandH’s northern man Terry Robbins