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Moyes maps out Irons future

Optimistic David Moyes believes the players brought in during the winter window will help big time when the action resumes n the Premier League.

And he has made it clear that he has plans to build a side where the emphasis is very much on youth and energy.

Jarrod Bowen’s arrival was heralded as one of the best buys on the winter break and both his and Tomas Soucek’s displays gave reason to believe that the Hammers are in a decent place to escape relegation.

We need to remember that we are one place above the relegation places on goal difference and that the Czech midfielder will only remain should we escape the drop.

However, such was the quality of the performances since they arrived that like Moyes there is reason to believe for us Hammers.

Personally I am pretty well convinced that will remain a PL team next season and the two signings are indeed going to play a very big part in that.

Commenting on the situation, the manager said: “I want to build a new, energetic, young team and I think we’ve just started that.

‘With the signings we’ve brought in January, trying to freshen it up and given us a lot more youthfulness and direction.’

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2 comments on “Moyes maps out Irons future

  1. The thing is this…. he wasn’t given the opportunity the first time around, he wasnt trusted with the money and it was made clear that he was a stand in manager. Its embarrassing how we treated him really. If he gets his way and is allowed to invest the way he wants to then I think he can build a good team for us.

  2. 100% would have trusted Moyes with 100m quid than Pellegrini.

    All the latter did is buy surplus number 10s. He was obsessed by them. Just look at how many we ended up with, to the degree where we sent Diangana out on loan and then bought another player for 24 million who’d play on the wing and would be less effective than him.

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