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Shearer gives it very large on Moyes

By Hughie Southon

Alan Shearer has given a very clear opinion on where he believes David Moyes stands at West Ham after today’s defeat at Brighton and Hove Albion.

None of us object to getting beaten so long as the Hammers leave nothing on the pitch. Today they couldn’t leave anything because they took nothing onto it.

And don’t ask me to start getting excited about the restart of the Conference because frankly it is of little interest given the appalling form this squad is showing under a manager who scares the living daylights out of me because he is near hopeless in most areas.

I don’t believe he is any good tactically, in the transfer market, from what I hear close to it, dull and boring on the training ground, making pointless substitutions at around the same time most games and usually finding scapegoats – usually, like today, Said Benrahma.

Oh then of course there is the regular stuff about how we can’t score goals and “we are working on that” along with his refusal to give much team news before a game.

He is frightened opposition manager will work out how we are gonna play but there’s one flaw in his thinking: They already know!

Shearer meanwhile has it all worked out and now believes the Scot is in serious danger

Speaking on Premier League Productions’ post-game show (04/03, 17:21), “Not looking very good for David Moyes. From his position, it’s very worrying. The marking from West Ham was atrocious and Moyes is in real danger.”

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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 “Shearer gives it very large on Moyes

  1. I’m sick of it Hugh.
    .Sullivan was at the game yesterday and he would have heard the chants from the supporters about Moyes.Yet he does nothing.
    I’m fed up with the players and our useless manager always saying next game we will put it right.
    Although the other teams around us aren’t getting the results you can see they are fighting for their lives something which we seem to lack.
    I went to bed last night with the hump and i’ve got up this morning still feeling the same.

  2. I feel the same. Wonder if the Board are even going to bother to hold a meeting about this ?

  3. @Pessimist – What, do they have meetings about what’s going on? Ha ha, don’t make me laugh! They have their heads well and truly stuck in the sand.

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