Moyes replacement twerking for Premier League move


Paulo Fonseca is continually linked with replacing David Moyes as West Ham’s manager. He has led a somewhat nomadic existence during his career, not staying too long at any one club.

It now seems that he’s ready to move on again and has issued a “come and get me” plea to Premier League clubs. It wasn’t direct eyelash flutter, but everyone can read between the lines.

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Fonseca can’t mask his Premier League ambition

Fonseca’s future at Lille OSC is uncertain, although he has enjoyed an excellent season. They currently sit fourth in Ligue 1 and face Aston Villa tonight in the Europa Conference League quarter-finals. The Portuguese manager’s contract expires at the end of the current campaign, and no decision has been made regarding a potential extension.

Speaking to the press ahead of tonight’s game, Fonseca said, “I have to confess, the championship in England, with the best coaches, with the best teams, with the best players, is very attractive. Of course, to challenge myself in this way, to play against the best, can be amazing. But I am not obsessed with this. I am feeling very good here. I feel very respected here in France.”

I don’t know about you, but I think he’d like to manage in the Premier League.

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