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Moyes faces the next stage of his West Ham revolution

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Moyes faces the next stage of his West Ham revolution

Moyes provides Hammers blueprint for the transfer window with no striker coming in to West Ham

Moyes faces the next stage of his West Ham revolution

David Moyes faces the next stage of his West Ham revolution over the next few days! Yes, it has been a brilliant 2023, due as much to anything else, because of a lack of injuries plus the arrival of two Tim Steidten arrivals in Kudus and Alvarez plus one of the manager’s – James Ward-Prowse. But with the winter window opring he has the opportunity to strength a squad which if we are honst is seriously lacking in parts. And give the lack of home grown players available to him he will need to have hopefully scouted and already be close to signing one of two.

Claret and Hugh and others have been saying for some time that what we have at this club right now is a very good first team and a reserve team where several fail to hack it when given the opportunity.

Moysie has made the point several times that the best is yet to come and with the window opening he needs to be really busy replacing the likes of Fornals, Johnson, Ings although let’s hope he chooses to give Cornet opportunities to repeat his Burnley feats.

Injuries and suspensions will take their toll and with Afcon getting in our way, the next month to six weeks could be very difficult if we fail to sell and buy. W have to hope too – and there’s good reason to do so – that the technical has and will be very much on the case.

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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!"

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  • hammerpete6 says:

    I for one am screaming at Moyes to play Mubama now as Kudus is out. He must also replace Paqueta, so stop wringing your hands and make some bold managerial decisions please. Now is the time

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