Moyes and board can’t escape from outcome to season

Let’s get something straight for the final time – David Moyes is going nowhere.

The position of this website should by now be very well known – we no longer believe he is the man for the job.

But that’s not the point.

The reason for this article is to say that we are continually reading on the plethora of Hammers websites that this manager, that manager or any other Tom Dick or Harry manager is being lined up to take over at West Ham.

The international break can do that – there’s nothing much to write about so it’s back to the scenario we all know only too well

And the idea that Carrick, Benitez,  Bielsa or anyone else will be marching through the door is a nonsense.

For good or ill the manager is staying and it is far to late to replace him anyway this season so for the record, once and for all, if we are to beat relegation Moyes is the man trusted to do so.

If he doesn’t then he and the board will be responsible and neither will be able to escape from that!


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

2 comments on “Moyes and board can’t escape from outcome to season

  1. Avram Grant and Zola were the men to do the job and the Board stuck by them no matter what. May they be right for once I truly beg.

  2. Agree. International breaks and the news stories generated to fill those gaps go hand in hand. But for us being in a position where we are fighting against possible relegation, makes this type of news particularly stressful. No one can seriously expect the answers to the repeated questions surrounding Moyes’s future, just like the stock exchange, no one in any position is going to fuel further speculation surrounding the club right now, no one.

    All of the focus needs to be on the team performing, as supporters we will be behind the team 100% as usual.

    Come the summer, we can all agree that our journey with David Moyes has come to an end. I would like to think that our new manager has already been sounded out and lined up.

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