Ex Tottenham boss Nuno Espirito Santo is being considered as a potential David Moyes replacement, should the West Ham owners sack the Scot.
That’s according to a report from the Telegraph who claim that aside from the one time Tottenham manager, Rafa Benitez is also under consideration from the Hammers board.
Moyes is really feeling the pressure at the London Stadium, especially after yesterday’s defeat to fellow strugglers Wolves.
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Here at Hammers News, we have been calling for the board to part company with Moyes for quite some time now, but yesterday really was the final straw.
And it seems as though the Hammers board are keeping their eye on potential replacements…
If David Moyes gets West Ham sack, owners could turn to Nuno or Rafa
Nuno Espirito Santo and Rafa Benitez are both on the West Ham board’s radar according to a report from the Telegraph.
In my opinion, either of those two would be utterly pointless appointments.
I mean Moyes is doing a terrible job and I want him gone now, but if the owners aren’t going to bring in an innovative young manager, then what’s the point?
Nuno proved during his time with Tottenham that he’s nowhere near good enough to be managing at this level, and Rafa’s football is dull as dishwater.
I would love Mauricio Pochettino or Thomas Tuchel but I believe both of those are out of our reach at the moment.
Domenico Tedesco would be the dream – someone who likes his teams to play an exciting brand of possession-based, high tempo football.
Nuno or Rafa will be backward steps in my opinion.
When David Moyes gets the sack, I’m just hoping that the board think outside the box regarding the person who they bring into the London Stadium.
We need to talk about 26-year-old who absolutely stunk the place out vs Wolves
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