West Ham first team coach Kevin Nolan has been speaking on BBC Five Live Football Daily about West Ham on Friday.
Discussing Moyes coaching setup, Nolan told listeners, “David (Moyes) likes to do everything himself. And we’re all there to assist him in every possible way. Thats why he has so many coaches. He has Mark (Warburton) who does all the opposition analysis, Billy (McKinlay) who does all his bits in between, and I’m the link between the 23s’s and that with Nev (Paul Nevin), We assist each other and we are just there to help the boss who is the one who wants to take (training) and do (everything) and that’s the way he likes to work”
Nolan insists he thinks that West Ham will stay up, adding, “I believe we’re going to stay up. I believe that we’ve got an excellent chance of winning this Conference League. If we don’t, I’ll be really disappointed.”
“Hopefully, by June 8th, we’ll be talking about us being back in the Premier League next year and being in the Europa League for the third season running. And then you’re like, fair play, what another season that is for West Ham United.” Nolan adds
Listen to the full interview below: