Gary Neville shared what he’s noticed about West Ham after watching them play three times in quick succession, when speaking during Sky Sports’ broadcast of last night’s game against Manchester United (Wednesday July 22nd, 19:46).
The Hammers played really well last night. David Moyes’s side played some really good stuff and looked like a team that should be nowhere near the bottom three.
The east London outfit secured their Premier League status for another season with last night’s draw. And now they should be looking to make real progress next season.
Moyes may have to sell before he can buy this summer. But if the Scot is smart in the transfer market, West Ham could have a very strong side next term.
Neville suggested that he was really impressed with how the Hammers have been going about their business recently, when speaking during Sky Sports’ broadcast of last night’s game:
“West Ham have been very good. I’ve watched them three times recently. Chelsea, Watford and now this one, and they have been excellent in all three. David Moyes would have taken this position four or five days ago. His team look so good on the ball. The confidence is out and they have some arrogance in their play.”
Moyes was far from a popular appointment when he took over at the London Stadium in December 2019.
But even his harshest critics, me included, will find it hard to fault what he has achieved since the restart.
The Scot has got his West Ham side playing some really quick and incisive football. So credit where credit is due. It has been great to watch.
Let’s hope the owners now back Moyes to the hilt and perhaps then the 57-year-old can really take us forward next season.