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Moyes reckons he’s here for the long haul

David Moyes has settled in for the long haul at West Ham – seemingly regardless of which division we are in.

The Hammers boss has dropped his heaviest hint yet that he will be here next season and is currently deciding where pre-season will be condcuted.

Speaking to the official site he said: ““I’m actually going to use the end of the week and over the weekend to go and visit the pre-season sites for where we’re going to pre-season, so I’ll try and go and get that done correctly.

En route, I’ll take in a game or two and see if I can see some of the players play in international games. I want to do it myself and make sure that we get things right.

There are things that I’m doing that I’ve done in the past and I’ve got to go and see two or three training sites and I’m going to spend this weekend going and looking at pre-season camps and getting everything in place for the start of next season, really.”

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3 comments on “Moyes reckons he’s here for the long haul

  1. I hope so, I may be wrong but feel he is just what we need at least for a few years much like Sam was when he joined, although I think across 38 games Moyes will deliver more than Sam ever did.

  2. Let’s see if he can take us down this season if not he will definitely get the job done next season.
    One of the worst managers in the league, if they think he is good enough for where we want to be and how we want to play they are living on a different planet !
    Go get Marco Silva before he gets snapped up, Moyes is a championship manager with a tactic book from 15 years ago.

  3. Moyes seems intent on improving our Lot . He is scouting and preparing for next season . The fact we are where we are is not entirely down to him and it would be unfair to suggest it is .
    He should be given a chance to build and have a whole season in which to do it . The squad has gotten to know him now and whatever the outcome for West Ham United this season it would be daft to disregard the work he has already pay in . I reckon we can survive this season , but the doom and gloom and pessimism isn’t helping one jot .
    We can certainly do without “ celebs “ throwing Thier personal spanner in the works at a crucial time like this .

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