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Redknapp: Moyes success not “rocket science”

Harry Redknapp has lauded the job done by David Moyes at West Ham, insisting that his work at the club is not “rocket science”.

The Hammers are in absolutely sensational form and ended Liverpool’s unbeaten run at the weekend, beating the Reds 3-2 at the London Stadium to climb into third place in the Premier League.

That result means that the Irons are now just three points behind leaders Chelsea and are level on points with Manchester City in second.

Redknapp, of course, guided the Hammers to a fifth placed Premier League finish back in 2001,  and he believes that Moyes has returned the Irons to basics in order to guide them back up the table.

Speaking to talkSPORT, the former Irons and Spurs boss made his own passion for the Irons clear saying: “They’re a massive club, a big club, great support and it is fantastic to see them doing so well. David has just done a great job there.

 “He knows what he is doing, it’s not rocket science is it? We all get carried away with so much nonsense now and so much jargon and it’s so some of these young coaches have invented a new game.

“He just comes in and gets on with it, he’s brought in good players in the right positions, they work hard and they know what they’re about.

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“He works hard on the training pitch and getting great results and long may it continue.”

The Hammers are sitting pretty ahead of the resumption of Premier League action after the international break, with their first game after the break coming against Wolves.

Harry has it spot on . Moyes has been around a very long time indeed and has found the club that suits his talents perfectly.

But even with such ability beating Liverpool whilst putting three goals past them is one heck of achievement. Maybe not rocket science but close!

 

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About Dave Langton

A journalist with 10 years' experience of working on National newspapers, now chief reporter covering the club that I've loved since I was a boy. Upton Park remains the greatest football stadium ever built.