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Irons declare Moyes to be “100 per cent safe”

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CasndH Exclusive by Hughie Southon

West Ham boss David Moyes is 100 per cent safe in his job.

Despite a horrible start to the season which sees us in the bottom three. with our only win being at Aston Villa from seven games, ClareandHugh has learned there are no plans either now or in the future to sack him

The board has 100 per cent certainty there is no one else more capable than him of turning things around at the club and he will be given plenty of time to prove them right.

Many forum members, and we ourselves. have questioned whether the Scot will survive should things continue tp go wrong, and we suggested that if we are still in trouble come the Liverpool match on October 18, the axe may fall on the 59-year-old.

The Anfield match follows Premier League games against Fulham and Southampton with Conference clashes against Anderlecht due to be played on October 6th and 13th.

A key London Stadium source made it clear to CandH that the manager was “100 per cent safe” in his job as there is nobody out there “better equipped to turn things around.”

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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

10 comments on “Irons declare Moyes to be “100 per cent safe”

  1. Yes let’s wait board eh for relegation form since Dec last season till now and 180mill spent for moyes to turn things around. Dumb as usual moyes won nothing in his career plays boring football and you think poch will wait around for this stubborn clown to be sacked? Get him out now international break and poch in asp . Or wait till we’re relegated with this clown in charge

  2. Well done Board! Common sense approach as David Moyes has rescued us from relegation twice, a 6th and 7th league placing plus successive years in Europe he deserves our respect and time to get our league performance back on track. In Europe 4 wins out of 4 no worries.

  3. Isn’t ‘your job is safe’ what the bosses say just before they give the manager the push?

  4. Hello relegation! Been a few years…

  5. As always with our club heads buried in the sand.

  6. I know it’s easy to say….but he doesn’t have to try too hard then??
    I’m hoping his personal pride would want an improvement but telling someone their job is safe may not be the way forward. He’s paid on performances at this point in time are not very good, message to the board…. Keep an eye on what manager is available in case you have a change of heart, please as a life long fan some 50+ years don’t leave it until we are in a relegation battle to make the already tough decision!!

  7. Yes of course he should be safe he’s earned that. But does he know his best team? Well done signing players but is it to a plan? Start playing the strong running attacking outfit you need, stop reverting to same names regardless, and for goodness sake read the game and make effective subs. Clue; when we are losing, don’t take off a striker perhaps? Mr Moyes, stop blaming players and make decisions!!!

  8. “The manager was “100 per cent safe”. Well, we’ve all heard that one before!

    I might just add that, in my opinion, if Moyes wants to improve his chances of winning and keeping his job then perhaps he might try starting a match with his second half selection and go all out attack from the start. Surely it can’t be worse than not starting until the second half of EVERY match before he realises that his regular favourites are not delivering (YET AGAIN). He is definitely too predictable, including in his post match media conferences. We just leave it until it’s all too late, going behind, never scoring in the first half if at all.

    And why have we spent all that money on new attacking players who either are not good enough or are not being uses to their strengths? At the moment Scamacca looks no different to Haller when he was a Hammer. He undoubtedly has skills but he seems to depend on getting service from his colleagues rather than going back and winning the ball, like Haller. Paqueta is another who looks very skilful but appears a bit, no, a LOT lightweight and is too easily shrugged off the ball in the Premier League. Something needs to be done there, maybe Antonio can give him some body building lessons. Whatever, we need to be scoring GOALS and FAST!

  9. If you or I kept making mistakes at work, how long would they keep us ? David Moyes is no different. He has been given a lot of rope from last Season and is now still making the same mistakes.

  10. He is the main reason we are here.
    He’s outdated,passed his sell by date. He’s clinging on.
    Wasted the youth. Wasted the best chance we have had of EL glory by hanging on to the same players he is now deriding..
    Go now please

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