West Ham coach Paul Nevin could be following Mark Warburton in leaving the Hammers, according to EXWHUEmployee speaking on his Patreon Site earlier today.
EX speculated, “Highly rated England coach Paul Nevin could be considering leaving with a number of foreign and domestic clubs looking to secure his signature”
Last year Nevin was the London Standard whether he was seeking management on his own
“I’m not seeking it at the moment,” he says of his managerial ambitions. “I’m in a great place with a great club but I owe it to myself and the people I’ve worked with. If the right opportunity came at the right time then I need to give it a go because maybe with that nudge at the door, if I’m successful, it can allow me to bring others in and give others opportunities.”
The 53-year-old holds a UEFA Pro Licence and worked alongside Chris Hughton at Brighton & Hove Albion, rejoined Southgate’s England backroom staff on a part-time role in August 2021.
Last month the Athletic said, “Nevin is responsible for the preparation of training and is entrusted with creation and delivery in attacking set plays — and analysing opponents’ dead-ball routines. He is often stood next to Moyes in the technical area on match day and has become a key confidant”
If Nevin does quit it will be Moyes’ fourth coach to depart after Stuart Pearce, Alan Irvine and Mark Warburton threw in the towell.