Club insiders deny manager exit rumours

6 Aug, 2023
written by Sean Whetstone

Online rumours that David Moyes will not be in charge of West Ham at the start of the Premier League season next week have been vehemently denied by club insiders.

While the West Ham board are rightly frustrated that they haven’t signed any players this summer, they back their manager and have no current plans to replace him.

Supporters have been asked to judge the manager on Premier League games and not meaningless pre-season friendlies after the 4-0 defeat against Bayer Leverkusen.

Contrary to widespread rumours spreading on multiple West Ham Whatsapp groups, David Moyes will be in charge of the game against Bournemouth, and no replacement has been lined up.

David Moyes has eleven months remaining on his contract, and the West Ham board aren’t known to be sackers of managers.

The situation will likely be reviewed at the end of the year around Christmas time before the next transfer window opens.


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  1. The problem for me and I suspect most supporters is that our football has been relegation form after the January window where we failed to get a back-up striker for Antonio. Since that time our form virtually fell off a cliff. We were challenging for a top 4 position iirc. Finished 7th.

    Then last season with close to £200m worth of new players we lost 20 games and won only 11 drawing the other 7. Yes we won a 3rd tier cup which I loved. However, it wasn’t against any clubs that were really PL standard. We should have won that cup even with our losing form in PL.

    For me though I blame Sullivan. Being an economist and billionaire doesn’t hide the fact that he couldn’t organise the proverbial piss up in a brewery…


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