Sean Dyche may well actually be the perfect candidate to take over from David Moyes at West Ham United.

The Hammers are in all sorts of trouble at the moment and are in desperate need of a change in the managerial department.

West Ham are currently sitting inside the bottom three, having taken just 15 points from our opening 19 Premier League games.

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It’s not good enough, and Moyes needs to go…now.

Sean Dyche is a name who has been banded about as a potential replacement for the Scot. And many West Ham fans have reacted angrily to those links, suggesting that the 51-year-old will in no way be an upgrade on Moyes.

I beg to differ though, and here’s why…

Sean Dyche would be perfect for West Ham

The former Burnley boss lost his job at Turf Moor in April 2022.

And he was recently a guest on Sky Sports Monday Night football, talking about his time in the game.

Dyche spoke about his his vision of how the game should be played:

There is actually an argument to be made that Dyche’s pragmatic style at Burnley was almost forced upon him because of the meagre budget he had at his disposal, and the players that he had to sign as a result.

And the ex-Burnley manager’s comments in that video above suggest to me that he would be open to changing that style IF he had the technically gifted players at his disposal.

In addition to that, Dyche would obviously never allow his players or his team in general to play without spirit, passion and 100% commitment.

Right now, that is exactly what we need. The team aren’t playing for David Moyes anymore in my opinion.

Sean Dyche could very well be the perfect man for West Ham. He would 100% keep us up in my opinion, and might just surprise a few people in the process.

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