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Watching West Ham is like watching paint dry


Watching West Ham  is like watching paint dry.

The team’s capitulation at the City Ground wasn’t just a defeat, it was a full-blown implosion. Two goals, chants of “Moyes Out,” and a red card for the supposed midfield saviour, Kalvin Phillips – it paints a bleak picture for the Hammers. Is it time to finally pull the plug on the Moyes era?

Watching West Ham is like watching paint dry

                    Watching West Ham is like watching paint dry    
Let’s be honest, the honeymoon period ended a while back. Yes, Moyes brought Europa Conference League glory and top-half finishes, but at what cost? They’re predictable, plodding, and devoid of any attacking spark. Even Moyes’ “good times” were built on a foundation of pragmatism, not panache.

His justifications about past victories and “tough periods” ring hollow. Other teams have bad spells, sure, but they don’t lose eight in a row while playing football that resembles a Sunday league kickabout. Injuries are a factor, but every team faces them. And let’s not forget, he sanctioned the sale of Declan Rice, arguably our most exciting player, for a hefty sum – where’s the improvement?

The fans have spoken, and their message is clear: Moyes Out. They deserve better than this dour, directionless football. The club needs a fresh start, a new voice that can reignite the passion and bring back the entertaining, attacking West Ham we once knew.

Some will argue Moyes deserves time, but how much more time? The Europa League might offer a distraction, but let’s face it, winning a European trophy is unlikely to this time appease the increasingly restless fanbase. West Ham need a manager who can challenge for the top six, not just scrape by in the top half.

The decision is tough, but sometimes the hardest choices are the right ones. It’s time for West Ham to rip off the band aid and say goodbye to Moyes. The fans deserve it, the club needs it, and maybe, just maybe, it’s the wake-up call they desperately need to rediscover their lost identity.


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

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