Report: No definite Moyes decision


No definite Moyes decision yet By Simon Leyland 

Somewhat unsettling news from  the football journalist Matt Law at the Daily Telegraph

Despite his position coming under threat seemingly after every other match this season, West Ham United are open to David Moyes continuing as the club’s manager.

David Moyes West Ham job hangs in the balance but the Hammers board are in no hurry to make a decision on the managers future.

No definite Moyes decision will be made by West Ham until the end of the season.

That’s according to a recent report from the Telegraph which who claims the Hammers have not yet decided to part ways with the Scotsman, despite the side enduring a tough domestic campaign.

Although a one-nil win against Manchester United on Sunday evening more or less sealed our Premier League survival, there is no denying that the we have had a  massively disappointing season

Sitting at the moment in a poor 15th place in the table, West Ham are set to finish many places below their seventh-place finish last season.

And it was that seventh-place finish that saw the Irons qualify for the Europa Conference League  as they prepare to take on Dutch side AZ Alkmaar in the semi-finals at the London stadium on Thursday.

Should the Hammers go on to lift the European trophy, it will not only be the first cup we have won in 43 years, and no, I do not count the Intertoto thingy-me-bob. But it will no doubt increase the chances of the ashen faced one remaining in charge next season.

My own view is that winning the trophy would at least allow him a dignified send off as we then start finalising a suitable replacement.

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  • dirk says:

    Disappointing, and frankly tedious, that you guys only took a day before getting on Moyes again. Surely there’s something more insightful to discuss?

    • Oh you think there’s something more insightful than a season long battle against relegation. We will be staying on him as we know of at least three players who will ask for transfers if he stays and that the club is appointing a director of football to spike his guns. The man is no good

  • dirk says:

    Thanks, Hugh. Just going to be a long, difficult and fractious season next year if The Telegraph is wrong and Moyes stays. That’s all. As for three players, depends who they are. If peripheral squad players like Lanzini, no problem letting them go. If core people like Bowen, Pacqueta, and Aguerd, I agree this would be a major issue to resolve.

    • Unfair of me to tease. Been told by the highest source a director of football will be appointed thus putting pressure on Moyes, 3 big players want out of he stays I am told and with Dec going that’s a serious problem

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