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Moyes claims Gold’s passing is bringing club together

Manager David Moyes claims that West Ham has and is coming together more as a club than at any time in the past.

And he claims that the passing of David Gold is helping the process considerably given the man’s stature as a human being and football person.

Speaking to reporters, the manager said: “I think it’s a more together club than it’s ever been.

I think the passing of David Gold, actually in some ways has pulled us all together as well because he’s someone who’s now recognised as someone who gave everything he really could for the club and I think that now, there’s a board there who is very trusting of their manager.

We’re doing a lot of things up front, we’re trying to make ourselves available for as much media, we’re trying to make ourselves available as a football club in the East End of London, which is out there, and I think the club’s growing.

On the pitch, right now, we need to make that better because that’s really where the growth comes from, how you perform on the field.”

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