According to a report from Claret and Hugh, David Moyes is guaranteed to still be in charge of West Ham next season, regardless of whether they stay up or not.
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Considering the fact that C&H are Hammers co-owner David Sullivan’s favourite mouthpiece, we can take those claims as being pretty substantial.
And some West Ham fans have taken to Twitter in reaction to the suggestion that Moyes will be in charge at the London Stadium next season regardless…
What a joke
— Charlie (@chazza_lapworth) May 22, 2020
Club is a mess top to bottom . Moyes is just a pawn
— bowersbluesu11 (@bowersblueu10) May 22, 2020
Well,that’s cheered me up no end…😥
— Terry Crocker⚒⚒ (@CornishHammer67) May 22, 2020
sickening. Sums up the shambolic running of our great football club perfectly.
— Stephen George Lott (@stephenlott) May 23, 2020
We needed this news, especially after the young right back transfer news today, cheered me up no end 😂😂😂
— FIRST KICKS FOOTBALL ACADEMY (@myfirstkicks) May 22, 2020
— David Cattenborough (@PBodyrocker) May 22, 2020
Very next level that
— Heathway Hammer (@HashtagDoyle) May 23, 2020
— pokermush (@pokermush) May 22, 2020
We need him so that he can bring Jordan Hugill back into the first team fold for next season 🙈🙈
— Dave Franklin (@david_franklin8) May 22, 2020
Owners’ ambition has a big part to play
There are two ways of looking at this.
Firstly, Moyes hasn’t exactly set the world alight since taking over at the London Stadium.
West Ham haven’t really made any progress in the Premier League table. And they are still bang in trouble.
Many Hammers fans are questioning the Scot’s capabilities at the highest level.
On the other hand, however, it could be argued that the former Everton and Manchester United boss would be the perfect candidate to bring West Ham back up, if they do indeed get relegated this season.
It would make more sense if the Hammers stayed up and then decided to part ways with Moyes. That’s if the owners have any genuine ambition of course.
We will just have to wait and see. But if C&H are to be believed, the 57-year-old is set to remain in east London for quite some time yet.