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Moyes three games to save job goes down very badly

Gonzo’s report that Moyes has three games to save his job – Brentford, Everton and Burnley has done down very badly indeed with Claret and Hugh follower Pav.  Here he explains why.

By Pav

This is getting ridiculous now.

Moyes three games to save job goes down very badly

We will inevitably beat one or two of these even the way we are playing/being managed.

 

Then it’s hit the reset button and deal with the problem later. The players no longer understand the tactics, I’m not sure even Moyes knows how he wants to set up.

They’re not running for him the way they did when he first came in. That’s because no matter how badly they play, they know they will start the next game.

There’s no leadership from within the dressing room to galvanise the team. This is all down to Moyes and lack of action from above to take action.

There’s enough of the season left with no threat to relegation to get someone else in and have a go at getting top eight again while playing something resembling football.

The whole club is in need a fresh perspective, a new manager could bring the same way Howe did at Newcastle and Emery at Villa.

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About Hugh5outhon1895

Hugh Southon is a lifelong Iron and the founding editor of ClaretandHugh. He is a national newspaper journalist of many years experience and was Bobby Moore's 'ghost' writer during the great man's lifetime. He describes ClaretandHugh as "the Hammers daily newspaper!" Follow on Twitter @hughsouthon

3 comments on “Moyes three games to save job goes down very badly

  1. Indeed, it’s gone way past being able to motivate players to get a couple of results. As has been identified already, he’s an out of date manager operating like no other manager for a reason. He can’t ‘turn it around’, we’re playing just as instructed and cannot progress without him gone and a modern manager who can work with Steidten.
    It leaves you with the revolting feelings of wishing we get spanked in those 3 games to get it done.

  2. My connection with West Ham United spans over six decades, dating back to my first home game in the 1962-63 season against Liverpool in the old Football League first division, the year of the ‘Big Freeze. Over the years, this association has provided me with a unique first-hand perspective on the club’s historical triumphs and tribulations.
    My unwavering dedication and devotion to the club are deeply rooted in my origins, as I was born and raised in Custom House (E16) within a working-class family.
    Beyond its football significance, the Boleyn Ground also held sentimental value for me as the venue for my wedding ceremony and reception.
    It was one of the last events held there before the club’s relocation to the ill-fated and soulless London Stadium in 2016.
    Several factors suggest that a change in management at West Ham would be advantageous, this is not a dismissal of Moyes’ past achievements but an assessment of the club’s future progression.
    It is my belief that Moyes has reached the limit of his capabilities, demonstrating restricted tactical adaptability and an inability to advance, thereby impeding the club’s pursuit of sustained success.
    Furthermore, concerns have been raised regarding decisions related to team strategy and player utilisation that negatively affect team performance.
    A new managerial approach has the potential to address these issues and provide a fresh perspective for the team’s future development.
    Moyes is perceived as an average manager at best and his attempt to instil the Everton mentality overlooks the unique identity of West Ham, further supporting the case for a managerial shift.

  3. Well said Robbie . I was born in Stratford in 51 and have supported the club from the moment i could kick a ball . We have had great ups and many downs but this is the first time i have despaired about our future . Moyes has managed numerous clubs for the most games of any British manager and has won nothing before a team of highly talented players were glorious in winning theConference Cup last Well said Robbie . I was born in Stratford in 51 and have supported the club from the moment i could kick a ball . We have had great ups and many downs but this is the first time i have despaired about our future . Moyes has managed numerous cseason in spite of , not because of Moyes . Inspired by Declan they were motivated and united. Now they are a bunch of leaderless confused individuals . No tactical accumene , no drive … Moyes is a Dinosaur. Look at our bench …. where are the replacements for Beni and Fornals ? Good honest squad players … where is our replacement striker ??? Moyes has destroyed many strikers who go on to resurrect their goal scoring ,,Anderson , Haller , etc etc and we get Ings and Hugill .
    Moyes has also moved on numerous young prospects and taken big loses on players he brought in .,

    MORE TIME … NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO. get rid now before it is too late .. COYI

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