Having had a good few years of growth and success under manager David Moyes, the 2022/23 Premier League campaign for West Ham United largely turned into a bit of an unexpected nightmare.
With sports betting sites constantly updating their Champions League betting odds, many The Hammers fans wonder about the team’s performance in European tournaments. West Ham’s international track record isn’t the best in England, but there are still some noteworthy feats, which we’ll cover today.
Some of you that come across this article might be too young to remember just how special Paolo Di Canio was for the Hammers at the turn of the 21st Century.
It’s been a terrible season so far for West Ham. And, with March on the horizon and less than fifteen Premier League games to go, the Hammers are in a relegation fight and are facing a tough few months. But, in David Moyes, they could well have the man best placed to keep them up.
West Ham United manager David Moyes has enjoyed a good and solid second spell at the club following his return back in the 2019/20 Premier League campaign and his first team side have shown significant and steady improvement in the English top flight and fans have even been treated to some good European nights as well given seventh and sixth place finishes in former years.
From Hugh Southon, who knew our late co-chairman as a personal friend.
By Hughie Southon
By Gabbi Lord