ExWHUemployee doesn’t think David Moyes will resign as West Ham boss.

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The Hammers are a club in crisis at the moment.

Tensions between the West Ham board and the fans have been simmering all summer. And they reached boiling point when Grady Diangana was sold to West Brom on Friday for around £20 million.

The sale of Grady prompted some of the Hammers players to take to social media to criticise the board.

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Grady Diangana (Photo by Shaun Botterill/Getty Images)

Mark Noble led the revolt and was followed by the likes of Declan Rice, Arthur Masuaku and Jack Wilshere.

There is a terrible feeling emanating from the London Stadium. And the fact that David Moyes did not say anything after yesterday’s shocking defeat to Bournemouth spoke volumes.

West Ham desperately need some new signings. And if we don’t bring any new faces to the club before the end of the transfer window, we could be in real trouble next season.

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David Moyes (Photo by Marc Atkins/Getty Images)

The current goings on in east London prompted one fan to ask ExWHUemployee whether the 57-year-old Scot could walk.

And the Hammers insider responded:

You have to feel for Moyes. No manager in their right mind would want to take over at the London Stadium.

Unfortunately for the Scot, it is highly unlikely that he would be able to get a job at any other Premier League club after his recent failures.

So he will probably continue to work with one hand tied behind his back until he is once again let go.

And until David Sullivan and David Gold sell up, we clearly will not be making any progress whatsoever as a club.

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