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Moyes hesitating on loan signings

By Hughie Southon

West Ham boss David Moyes has still not made his mind on whether to dive into the loan market during the last days of the winter window.

He is is hesitating over a number of names and a key CandH Hammers insider has made it clear that nothing would be a surprise either way now.

Moyes still making his mind up on loan signings

He explained that players names had been put forward but at this stage the manager  has not and may not make a decision on bringing anyone in despite injuries.

Injuries to Danny Ings,  Kurt Zouma and Gianluca Scamacca have made little difference to his thinking apparently over recent days with possible arrivals still on hold.

Monday evening’s FA Cup match at Derby County is likely to see the likes of Lanzini, Johnson, Downes and possibly Kehrer drafted into the side with the regular PL players being held back to avoid any further injuries.

We were told: “It’s still a case of “who knows as far as loans are concerned -it’s entirely in the manager’s hands and no decisions have been taken.”

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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

7 comments on “Moyes hesitating on loan signings

  1. Typical DM,once again not knowing what to do. We have 2 fit centre backs and a striker who wants to leave and we’re in a relegation battle. What is there to think about?

  2. The geezer has to go. Never seen a more indecisive person

  3. Agree, he’s got to go! Can feel the frustration building, why can’t the man make he’s mind up abd get the cover in we need.

  4. Why don’t the Board take the job out of his hands and give it to Newman and Noble. Let them buy what we need and the hell with Moyes and his dithering. Better still get the Players and a new Manager. How much longer must West Ham fans stomach being treated in this manner. ” I want, I don’t want. I am not sure”, they deserve better than that, we all do.

  5. I expected him to be replaced during the World Cup, too late now. This is Avram Grant all over again !

  6. Moyes and indesicion are not mutually exclusive in his case.

  7. It’s almost D-Day DITHERING DAVE. Get your act together or get out!

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