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Moyes’ Hammers future has been decided

David Moyes will remain as the Hammers boss whatever their Premier league fate this season.

The Hammers kick off their interrupted season against Wolves at the London stadium tomorrow evening – the first of three particularly difficult games with Spurs (away) and Chelsea at home to follow.

There have been suggestions that should the manager fail to keep them afloat in the top league he will be leaving the club for a second time despite saving them last time round.

However, ClaretandHugh has learned that the club are determined to stick by the Scot regardless of the outcme to this horrifying season.

There is nervousness around the club as we prepare to resume and a crash into the Championship is seen as a near apocalyptic scenario.

But there is great faith the manager has a squad to survive and a senior source told us  on the ‘phone:  “David will definitely be here next season regardless of the outcome to this one. This has been an impossible season by anybody’s standards.”

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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!" Follow on Twitter @hughsouthon

4 comments on “Moyes’ Hammers future has been decided

  1. I believe that this should be the case – but somehow find it difficult to trust the man / board that fired Avram Grant in the tunnel at Wigan instead of waiting for the season to end

    Let us hope that this will not be put to the test – i.e. that Moyes keeps us up

    COYI

  2. Sorry if you believe this you should not be in football never mind business. Moyes has a brilliant squad, he has done absolutely nothing so far since he has returned – look at the amount of points we have taken inthe games he has been in charge. If he gets us relegated he and that muppet Nolan need to be told their services are no longer required. How can anyone who underperforms keep his job. Who ever has said this is clueless, for one reason the fans will not return next season with him in charge.

  3. Simples! If Hammers stay up let Moyes try again next season; if not he has to go!

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