Moyes has highest win ratio of any West Ham boss


By Sean Whetstone

Outside of caretaker managers David Moyes has the highest win ratio of any West Ham manager in history at 44.3% with the list looking like this:

David Moyes 44.30%

Billy Bonds 43.88%

Ted Fenton 41.47%

Charlie Paynter 41.41%

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Moyes has highest win ratio of any West Ham boss

Alan Pardew 41.10%

John Lyall 39.79%

Alan Curbishley 39.44%

Syd King 39.06%

Sam Allardyce 37.57%

Lou Macari 37.50%

Manuel Pellegrini 37.50%

Slaven Bilic 37.27%

Harry Redknapp 37.12%

Ron Greenwood 35.98%

Avram Grant 31.91%

Glenn Roeder 31.40%

Gianfranco Zola 28.75%

When you look at Premier League only games and exclude Sir Trevor Brooking as caretaker manager for three games, David Moyes is second only to Slaven Bilic with a win rate of 40.54%, Moyes is close second on 37.57% ahead of Alan Curbishley on 37.1%

When it comes to European games David Moyes is miles ahead excluding caretaker manager Terry Westley who manged and won one game

David Moyes has an impressive win record of 74.19% in Europe over his 31 games with more yet to come.

Harry Redknapp only managed ten games in Europe winning six of them to earn his 60% win ratio in second place.

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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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  • Willtell says:

    I checked Moyes figures and for the PL only he actually had 5 less wins than the table shows Moyes has had only 60 wins from 173 games not the 65 published!!!

    That is a win percentage of only 34.68% in the PL. Not the inflated figure that is highly misleading.

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