CandH Exclusive: Hammers in major Moyes update

Hammers in major Moyes update

West Ham have no desire to sack David Moyes if it can possibly be avoided. But in a major update to Claret and Hugh they have revealed all alternatives are being considered including looking at the managers who will be available one of whom could come in at the end of the season writes Hughie Southon.

Hammers in major Moyes update

And despite regular stories that Tim Steidten could be on his way if things can’t be worked out between himself and the manager, our top source would not deny the technical director would be involved in suggesting managers who could well suit the club.

However, one things is absolutely for sure Moyes is set to remain at the club until the end of the season with the club hoping he will turn things around despite the growing unrest among the supporters and amid travelling Hammers displaying “Moyes Out” placards at Nottingham Forest.

They have also made it clear that Lucas Paqueta is needed back from injury “desperately” as the Hammers have staggered from disaster to chaos at Arsenal and the City Ground over the past few games – notably against Arsenal and at Forest.

Our main source was entirely up front about things when we contacted him this evening declaring : “In reality we hope things improve and then decide what to do at the end of the season.

But he added: “In the meantime all balls and alternatives are in the air. We hope the manager can turn things around.”

However, all of this has left Moyes‘ hopes that new deal talks will continue in the meantime are now dead in the water.

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About Hugh5outhon1895

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!" Follow on Twitter @hughsouthon

3 comments on “CandH Exclusive: Hammers in major Moyes update

  1. Totally spineless from the board once again. Failed transfer window and a real inability to act. Complete lack of leadership and ambition.

    • Sacking him now would be utterly pointless. The board aren’t showing a lack of leadership and ambition at all, quite the opposite. Knee-jerk reactions are exactly the opposite to what is needed right now.

  2. Time for fans to use the old fashioned method of pointing at Moyes and constantly chanting leave, until the Board and or the man himself takes the hint.

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