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Moyes future remains uncertain

West Ham United finally emerged from their eight-match winless slump, to secure a thrilling 4-2 victory against Brentford in a Premier League clash on Monday night. However, the win comes with a caveat, as manager David Moyes‘ future remains uncertain WRITES MICHAEL TALBOT.

Moyes future remains uncertain

The Hammers’ triumph was spearheaded by a magnificent performance from Jarrod Bowen, who etched his name into the club’s history books by scoring his first-ever hat-trick. This return to form is a timely boost for the forward, who will be hoping to find his place in the upcoming England squad.

Moyes future remains uncertain

Additionally, the return of Lucas Paquetá from injury provided a much-needed spark, adding creative flair and composure to the midfield, as acknowledged by Moyes himself.

Despite the win, Moyes still faces considerable scrutiny due to a string of recent setbacks. These include demoralizing defeats to Aston Villa, Liverpool, Fulham, and a staggering 6-0 home thrashing by arch-rivals Arsenal.

Let us be clear, the victory was primarily driven by individual brilliance, particularly Bowen’s hat-trick, rather than a well-oiled tactical game plan . While acknowledging the positive result, this doesn’t necessarily signify a significant turnaround under Moyes’ leadership.

Sadly this win is “fooling no one” and  the club  really must embrace a bolder approach with a more progressive manager at the helm in my view.

With the season reaching its crucial phase, the win promoted hope for West Ham’s European Premier League positional aspirations alive.

However,  the PL has undergone a significant evolution, and West Ham needs to adapt to these changes. This adaptation paves the way for a more modern and progressive manager for the upcoming season
Enough carping, we did pick up a more than welcome three points !

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

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