Bowen Grateful for Moyes’ Influence

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Ahead of David Moyes’ final game as West Ham manager, Jarrod Bowen expressed his deep appreciation for the manager’s influence on his career. Bowen credits Moyes with bringing him to West Ham from the Championship and playing a crucial role in his development.

During his 4 years or so at the helm, Moyes steered West Ham clear of relegation, secured three consecutive European qualifications, and delivered the club’s first major trophy in nearly 50 years. While the club fell short of European glory again this season, Bowen maintains it wasn’t a bad season overall.

Speaking on the clubs official site, Bowen highlights Moyes‘ open-door policy and personal touch as key aspects of his leadership. He describes Moyes as “one of the best people I have worked with” and emphasises how much he has learned under the manager’s guidance.

With Moyes departing and Julen Lopetegui taking the reins, West Ham is set for a new era. While acknowledging disappointments this season, Bowen remains optimistic about the club’s future under the new manager.

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  • zahama says:

    While the criticism of Moyes’ defensive tactics is justified, reports coming out of the club like this one and an interview with Paqueta in which he praised Moyes show that criticism of his man management skills are actually wide of the mark

    He is not the most exciting manager but he does seem like a really decent human being who did not deserve all of the hatred directed his way by the keyboard warriors

    • Martin61 says:

      Spot on.
      Too much keyboard hatred with little facts to back it up.
      Moyse has been great for us and whilst I agree it is time to move on it doesn’t stop me appreciate everything he has done for us

    • Sensible says:

      I will leave you to ponder his comment “winning is what I do”

  • Billy says:

    Winning is what he did. Won us a European trophy. More success under Moyes than most past West Ham managers that’s for sure.

  • zahama says:

    Like most on here I really liked John Lyall – but to get rid of the claret and blue specs he bought us David Kelly and Allen McKnight and took us down

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