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Irons react to Moyes being courted by other clubs

West Ham have no fears whatsoever that David Moyes will be tempted by a move away from the club after his ultra successful spell with us.

And a key insider dismissed Joe Cole’s suggestion that he will have suitors this summer as “clumsy talk” and not only unlikely but unappealing to the manager.

We were told exclusively : “The manager couldn’t be happier with things at the club. He is the perfect fit for us and vice versa.

“The only clubs that could possibly interested – and there’s no certainty of that being a case would be a top four outfit and they are all well looked after.

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“His work is only just starting with us. There’s a big summer ahead when we will need several new players and that will be very much on his mind at the moment.

“He has two years left on his deal and there’s absolutely no need to extend that at this stage – both sides are very happy with the way things are right now.”

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5 comments on “Irons react to Moyes being courted by other clubs

  1. I am not a big fan of Moyes for lots of reasons, he makes poor decisions too many times during games, he plays players in positions that just do not suit them, he is afraid to give the young players a chance to mention just some. I also believe his transfer dealings have been poor in the last 2 windows. I do not believe he has the ability to bring us to the next level but does he deserve that chance now, the answer is Yes, what he has done in the last 2 seasons he has to stay, and be backed this summer

  2. Can’t see DM leaving for another club as I don’t see a bigger club coming in for him. He’s had two really good (by West Ham standards) seasons, but has no record of building on success.
    As much as I think DM has been the best thing to happen to this club in a while, I myself can’t find the belief in him to think he can build this club for the future.
    Nevertheless, after what he has achieved he must be granted the opportunity to continue. But I think he’s on a short leash with Kretinsky. I believe if we aren’t in top 7 come Xmas, DM will be gone.

  3. Odd conclusion johnham . You started off well and then lost the plot . Leopards do not change their spots . Moyes is a poor manager in charge of a team full of potential … NONE of which was brought to the club by him . Awful transfer dealings ( or lack of them ,) no tactical awareness or plan B , no faith in the youngsters and no winner ethos . Get rid and bring someone in to lead the club forward or we will be flirting with the bottom 6 instead of the top 6 . A great cup adventure is papering over the cracks . Relegation form since Xmas.COYI

  4. I’m sure bubbles is suffering from amnesia!
    David Moyes brought Soucek, Coufal, Bowen and Aureola to West Ham. He has certainly improved other players. We are currently best of the rest after the self anointed top six.
    There will be more to come, you do not rebuild a club from bottom up in two seasons. It took Liverpool 30years to win league again. Man City still haven’t won Champions league after 15 years and 2 billion spent!
    Man U chop and change so well below their lofty expectations. We need to be thankful that we are not Everton who are proving spending £500million not only doesn’t get you success but might get you relegated. A situation thanks to Moyes is no longer on our agenda.

    • Hold on Budgie, He had nothing to do with Bowen’s arrival. That had been negotiaTED long before he arrived at the end of December, Coufal yes and ASreola we are waiting to see. He also bough Vlasic for £27 million and Kral on loan. Still has it to prove in the market

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