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David Moyes is back on thin ice

David Moyes is back on thin ice!

West Ham-David Moyes has a decision to make following injury news

David Moyes is back on thin ice

The 5-0 defeat by Fulham has gone down very badly in the Hammers corridors of power largely because it was entirely unexpected after the win over Spurs on Thursday night and our inability as a result to make any serious impression on the top of the league. The manager admitting he isn’t sure the club can make an impression on the top six has alarmed a few after the money that has been spent on new arrivals. And today’s defeat has raised the old fears about his future with the powers that be still looking closely at the situation.

David Moyes is back on thin ice!

Tonight our key source at the club could hardly have been more fed up with things admitting: Some players are physically ill with Alvarez unable to even go on the bench but we were bad, very bad.  “Let’s put it this way. We consider the next two games VERY VERY important.”

The Hammers need a win or draw against Freiburg to ensure topping Group A on Thursday evening whilst Wolves – currently sitting in 13th place – arrive for our next Premier League game at the weekend.

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2 comments on “David Moyes is back on thin ice

  1. We’ve played the same one tactic for months. Today our luck ran out. The sheer quality of the squad has got us results not any tactical genius. We struggle to string passes together unless it’s backwards and sideways. Such a crying shame that when the board are finally backing their manager it’s on this anti football cretin.

  2. What do we do with this dilemma, bringing in Cresswell on Sunday was the wrong move straight away, Paqueta constantly out of position, the 3 up front was all wrong leaving our midfield stretched, the way they looked going into the box i thought 5-0 was a let off could of been 8 or 9. Maybe hold off to see if we qualify on Thursday hopefully as Group winners or that will add games and more complaints from Moyes on the schedule.

    Today was frustrating to watch, I was there against Spurs the second half was superb to watch how they come out and took it to Spurs, but this , i felt for Bowen running all over the pitch to see him getting angry to know one moving to back him up. If we lose to Wolves then Sunday morning give him an early Christmas gift a long retirement.

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