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Feelings on Moyes are like the Hokey Cokey

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The discussion has been going on and on for days and a couple of recent polls showed whether Irons boss David Moyes should remain in charge flip flops from poor to bad results, Here Claret and Hugh Facebook follower Andrew Sawyer gives his, and probably the view of many others, saying his Feelings on Moyes are like the Hokey Cokey

By Andrew Sawyer

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

Yes, it’s just like the hokey cokey and to be honest it’s shaking me all about. I can start a game wanting him out and ending it with him staying.

My problem is not based on the fact that he is not doing a good job. My issue is in some respects the style of play and the set up. But look deeper it’s clear we have a very good side and a poor squad and Moyes knows it.

There is no rotation because there is no option. If he had a better squad would he play a different style? The truth is we don’t know. Another fact is he bought the squad in the first place but fingers crossed that’s changing.

Another fact is we sit sixth  in the Premier League and have had a successful three years in Europe and a win in Prague last season and are still in the mix this season.

It’s Christmas Eve and we are all but a catastrophe safe from relegation. God I don’t know but I do know it could be a lot worse.

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Hugh Southon is a lifelong Iron and the founding editor of ClaretandHugh. He is a national newspaper journalist of many years experience and was Bobby Moore's 'ghost' writer during the great man's lifetime. He describes ClaretandHugh as "the Hammers daily newspaper!"

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  • Hammer2.0 says:

    Fans have short memories. David Moyes has twice saved the club from relegation, won a European trophy, is looking like a good bet for a 4th consecutive European season next year, has the club 6th in the world’s best league. Yes, the style is a little drab at times but he is still selling out the stadium and the team is brilliant at counterattacking football. If Moyes goes, then I would bet my house that West Ham won’t do as well. They’d be 12th at best.

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