Moyes: The boys are behaving like a “bunch of kids”

David Moyes is watching his very professional West Ham squad behaving like a bunch of kids.
All season we have been hearing and writing about the incredible spirit of his squad   as they have gone from strength to strength this season.
Now Moysie has explained exactly what has been happening within the lads and has watched delighted at the spirit and high humour they are showing at Rush Green.
He told reporters: “They are like a bunch of kids the way they are running about, it’s like the kindergarten just now but it is good to see them having so much fun.
For everybody, the place is full of laughter at the moment and it is a great thing because maybe it has not been like that in recent years.
We have just tried to do very simple things, bring them into training, try and enjoy the training but work them very hard.
It is a simple thing to say but quite often there is no magic formulae to build team spirit other than winning, I think winning builds it.
Especially if you are at a club that has not been in that position so much and maybe when you get a bit of momentum during the season and picked up some incredible results whether it be winning at Leicester or coming back at Tottenham.
All  those things help build momentum which in turns builds team spirit and trust in one another and we still have that at the moment.”

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5 comments on “Moyes: The boys are behaving like a “bunch of kids”

  1. This is the exact reason for not re-signing Arnautovic. We haven’t had a squad with this sort of togetherness for years. The last thing we need is a moody primadonna.

    • It would be interesting to see if Anderson would respond well to the positive environment if/when he returns. I don’t think we’d get a fraction of his incoming transfer value back if we try to sell him and after Porto I don’t envisage a long line of clubs wanting to take him on loan.

  2. Don’t want either back thank you.
    Anderson’s not the right kind of player for the Prem- lots of skill but scared of tackling. Only spirit Arnautovic knew was his gin brand. Still a hero for Austria tho.

    • He’s not my type of player either, but Anderson is still a West Ham player until next summer on around £85K a week I think (!!), so what’s your suggestion for him?

  3. Willshere comes to mind.

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