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Moyes ‘proud’ whatever happens

David Moyes insists he’s proud of his brave Hammers regardless of the final league position the Irons achieve!

The club are in with a genuine shout of qualifying for the Champions League for the first time in our history, as we are sat fourth with 13 games of the season remaining.

Moyes’ men are just four points off second-placed Manchester United but, by the same token, are only two clear of fifth-placed Chelsea.

Sport Witness carries an interview with the boss, as it seems he has spoken to a Spanish newspaper about West Ham’s form.

Moyes, of course, managed in La Liga in the 2014/15 season, taking up residence in the Real Sociedad dugout.

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He has given quotes to El Diario Vasco, with Moyes insisting that a top-eight finish remains a realistic aim and that he will be swelling with pride whatever happens, because of the transformation the players have undergone.

He said: “Well, yes, we are having a very good season, and even more so after last season, when we were fighting not to be relegated. 

“From there, I don’t know if it’s possible to finish in the top four, but maybe in the top six or eight. Whatever happens, we are proud of what we are achieving this year.”

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About Dave Langton

A journalist with 10 years' experience of working on National newspapers, now chief reporter covering the club that I've loved since I was a boy. Upton Park remains the greatest football stadium ever built.

2 comments on “Moyes ‘proud’ whatever happens

  1. Well done Wee Davey and Co. Rightly proud of team. Also lovely to see us playing without a clogger in the team. Noticeable that Tottenham seemed to be targeting Lingard and others using the ‘kick him down’ tactic. On the other hand, we managed to take care of Jack Grealish without leaving any marks to the relief of Villa fans and football fans everywhere.
    Loving our play this season. First game against Newcastle apart, the rest have been great. Win, lose or draw. We’re with you Wee Davey.

  2. We would love to be in Europe next season. Ideally, Champions League – but the Europa League is acceptable as well. All this from a team which was staring relegation in the face last term.
    If we don’t make it we should buy sensibly in the next window and go again next season.
    We must, however, resist advances for Declan and Tomas. Both should be offered new, improved and extended deals. The rebuild must continue and improvements made where necessary. Central to all of this must be to secure Moysie on a long-term deal so his transformational work on West Ham may carry on for years to come.

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