ExWHUemployee has suggested on Twitter that David Moyes will still be manager even if West Ham suffer a heavy defeat to Chelsea tomorrow night.
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The 57-year-old Scot was handed the reigns at the London Stadium for a second time in December 2019.
Manuel Pellegrini was sent packing and Moyes was brought in to improve the players’ organisation, discipline and work-rate.
That just hasn’t happened, however.
After boldly declaring that ‘winning is what I do’ in his first press conference, he has guided West Ham to just two wins from 12 Premier League games.
Moyes has been left with egg on his face. And the Hammers fans aren’t happy. The Scot has been labelled as ‘Dinosaur Dave’ as West Ham continue to toil near the bottom three.
The fact that the Hammers board appointed the former Manchester United and Everton boss in the first place is indicative of their ambition as owners.
Moyes clearly can’t cut it at elite level management anymore. He is so out of his depth, and it’s painful to watch.
But it seems as though West Ham are stuck with the Scot.
ExWHUemployee has claimed on Twitter that the 57-year-old will still be in charge even if we are thumped at home to Chelsea tomorrow night:
Yep I would think so https://t.co/RmOaKkICpg
— ExWHUemployee (@ExWHUemployee) June 29, 2020
That will be very depressing to read for Hammers fans. We are going nowhere with Moyes at the helm.
Anyone can see that.
So why the owners don’t just get rid of him now, let alone appointed him in the first place, really is rather baffling.