Mark Noble is in full support of David Moyes despite calls for the Scot to be sacked from his post as West Ham manager.
West Ham United boss David Moyes is really feeling the pressure at the London Stadium, with his side currently sitting in 18th spot in the Premier League table.
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West Ham face Southampton next weekend, and a win there is absolutely necessary, if we are to retain our top-flight status.
The East London outfit have regressed badly this season, and many believe that Moyes’s inability to evolve and freshen up his tactics will lead us one way – down to the Championship.
Moyes has plenty of critics but it seems as though one of his staunchest defenders is Hammers Sporting Director Mark Noble…
Mark Noble and David Moyes claim made
According to Claret and Hugh, Moyes has Noble’s full support, regardless of what happens this season.
The Hammers sporting Director is understood to be the go-between to help link up thoughts and opinions between the board, manager and players.
And Noble allegedly believes that Moyes is the best man for the job at the moment.
What can you say to that? In my opinion, Moyes is definitely not the best man for the job and he has proven that this season.
There are options out there, despite what people may say – Ruben Amorim, Marcelo Bielsa, Marcelo Gallardo, Rafa Benitez, Mauricio Pochettino, Thomas Tuchel and now Julian Nagelsmann to name a few.
In my opinion, the fact that David Moyes is still in the job and is being backed by Mark Noble just proves how little ambition the West Ham owners actually have.
However, the fact of the matter is that Moyes is still in charge and all we can do as fans is back the team between now and the end of the season.
I’m hoping that we have enough to avoid the drop. The talent is definitely there amongst the squad. Whether Moyes is ready to approach games with a more positive mindset is another matter entirely though.
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