West Ham United have just announced three new assistants to David Moyes.
The Hammers have made a fine start to the 2023/24 Premier League campaign, but with so many games coming thick and fast this season, it was vital for Moyes to add to his coaching staff.
John Heitinga, Mark Robson and Henry Newman has been announced as the as first-team assistants to Moyes (WHUFC.com).
It really is all change at the London Stadium this season…
West Ham announce three new assistants to David Moyes including one ex-Hammer
Heitinga, who played under Moyes at Everton, recently held the role of interim manager of Ajax. Meanwhile, Robson – who played 47 league games for West Ham in the 90’s – leaves his role as the manger of the under-21s to come and work under Moyes.
Finally, Newman has been in charge of analysing the opposition at the London Stadium for the past four years.
The three new coaches join Moyes, Billy McKinlay, Kevin Nolan and goalkeeping coach Xavi Valero as part of the backroom team at the London Stadium.
Hopefully all three coaches add value to their particular roles with the Hammers.
Getting new assistants in was obviously a very important thing for David Moyes to do during the international break.
And the Scot will be hoping that they all end up being huge successes at the London Stadium.