Former Chelsea boss – No, not him! For Irons job?


West Ham United‘s managerial search could take an interesting turn with Maurizio Sarri reportedly being considered as a replacement for David Moyes.

With Moyes’ contract expiring at the end of the season, West Ham are preparing for potential changes in the dugout.

According to Il Messaggero, Sarri, a former Chelsea manager, is eager to return to England after a regretful experience at his previous club. His new agent is reportedly proposing a move to West Ham.

While Moyes has achieved European success (Conference League win) and decent Premier League results, a section of the fanbase has criticised his pragmatic style. Sarri’s reputation for attacking, possession-based football could be a breath of fresh air for these fans.

Known for his preferred 4-3-3 formation and emphasis on ball-playing defenders and wingers, Sarri’s system prioritises high pressing and exploiting space left by disorganised defenses. This approach aligns with the desire for a more exciting brand of football.

After his challenging stint at Chelsea, Sarri might view West Ham as an opportunity for redemption. His managerial style could potentially resonate with fans yearning for a more progressive approach.

Sarri’s potential arrival at West Ham presents an intriguing possibility. His attacking philosophy could be a welcome change for some fans, but his suitability for the current squad and the club’s overall vision remain open questions.

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  • Anonymous says:

    Why not Sarri has experience and has a good idea of how to use money having been a Banker.

  • Trevor Beaumont says:

    Unless there’s a top foreign name available and wanting to join West Ham, I’d choose an up and coming British manager with a little experience. Michael Carrick has the pedigree from his playing career, and Keiron McKenna, who is gaining a reputation as a superb tactician and coach. What he’s done with second-rate, third tier players has been outstanding this season.

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