West Ham are massive according to David Moyes.

The Hammers players lived up to the song sung by our fans last night with a truly MASSIVE performance against a very good Sevilla side.

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West Ham are in the quarter-finals of the Europa League…it feels unbelievably surreal. The draw will be made this afternoon at 12:30pm and every single Hammers fan will be watching with an eagle eye.

The East Londoners will not fear anybody after dumping Sevilla out of the Europa League. The Spaniards are flying high in La Liga this season and have become specialists in Europe’s second-tier competition.

West Ham United beat Sevilla 2-0 at the London Stadium last night
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But did they account for the fact that West Ham are massive? Clearly not…

We were the better side over the two legs and thoroughly deserve to be in this afternoon’s draw.

West Ham are massive David Moyes says

The Scot was speaking to reporters after the memorable game at the London Stadium last night.

The Hammers boss was clearly on cloud nine after his team produced one of their best performances since he took over at the London Stadium for the second time in December 2019.

And he shared what he’s heard on the grapevine about West Ham, as quoted by Football.London:

West Ham are massive admits David Moyes
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“I have heard we are really massive, I have heard that as well and tonight we were massive the way we played. We played in great fashion and deserved it, it was a really good night and in the end one we really enjoyed.”

West Ham are massive…everywhere we go.

The song is obviously sung somewhat in jest but the players are starting to believe that they are a match for anyone. And if Moyes continues to take us forward as a club, step by step, then the song won’t be sung is as much of a self depreciating manner for much longer.

COYI….We are massive, everywhere we go.

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