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Narrow lead for favourite in CandH manager poll

West Ham fans fancy Rafa Benitez to lead the team next season but only marginally with Bournemouth’s Eddie Howe giving him a real run for his money.

ClaretandHugh‘s latest poll has shown that the Spanish boss remains a favourite with the Irons supporters who would see him as the man to revitalise the Hammers squad.

David Moyes is in third place behind the two and Sean Dyche a long way back in fourth place.

ClaretandHugh gave its followers the choice of Moyes, Benitez, Howe, Dyche, Chris Hughton, Slavisa Jokanovic or ‘somebody else.’

The poll launced this morning at 9 pm and continues to run @https://www.claretandhugh.info/poll-who-do-you-want-in-charge-at-west-ham-next-season/

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At this stage Benitez leads with 28 86 pc of the vote ( 357) Howe is on 23.73 (343), Moyes is the choie of 217 voters * 7.54 (217) and Dyche has collected 89 votes 7.19pc.

You can cast your vote until 9 pm tomorrow morning (Fri).

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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

2 comments on “Narrow lead for favourite in CandH manager poll

  1. Sorry but I really don’t get this poll. For starters we still have 4 very important games to play this season, secondly, there is no way Benitez, Howe or Dyche are going to leave their respective clubs and come to us. Why would they? We should be focusing on all things West Ham at the moment and getting behind the team…and the manager!

  2. Well said. Could not agree more. It could be an interesting exercise once the relegation issue is settled (which let’s face it is only just over two weeks maximum). Does no real harm now but cannot see the point either. Especially as there was a similar poll 2/3 weeks ago which produced 60-70 % in favour of keeping Moyes. Is this a bit like the Brexit Remainers who want another referendum? Keep asking the question until you get the answer you want. Beats me.

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