Moyes betters Bilic record


David Moyes has already bettered Slaven Bilic’s West Ham 2015/2016 season.

Bilic started the season off great with wins over Arsenal, Liverpool, Newcastle, Manchester City, Crystal Palace and Chelsea up to 31st October 2015

He drew with Norwich and Sunderland losing to Leicester City 2-1 Bournemouth 4-3 and Watford 2-0.

Over the same time period Moyes has won six, drew two and lost two.

Wins this season have come against Newcastle, Leicester City, Leeds United, Everton, Spurs and Aston Villa

Draws against Southampton and Crystal Palace with narrow losses against Manchester United and Brentford.

Moyes is ahead you factor in three wins in the Europa League group stage this season against the season 2015/2016 where West Ham were knocked out of the Europa League in the third qualifying round following a 2–1 defeat by Romanian side Astra Giurgiu to lose 4–3 on aggregate.

In 2015/2016 the Hammers were knocked out by Leicester City in the third round of the League cup where we have dispatched both Manchester Clubs to reach the quarter finals.

West Ham’s best start to a season was 1975/1976 where the Hammers suffered just one defeat in the first ten league games.

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  • mikey says:

    The next four games will really tell us where we are. Liverpool home, Wolves away, Man City away, Chelsea home. We will know after that set if we have kicked on from last year, or should focus on cementing our status as the best of the rest. Either way, fabulous times.

  • blimeylimey says:

    Slightly off subject, but:

    How good is it when West Ham are in such a good place, local neighbours Tottenham Hospurs have just sacked another manager…… 🙂

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