Saturday 11 May 2024

Mixed Emotions as Moyes' Era comes to a close

 


It's been a successful four and a half years for West ham since David Moyes returned to the helm. The club have ditched their yo-yo status and transformed into a regular European contender. Three consecutive European campaigns with victory in the Europa conference last season emphasises the depth of the transformation David Moyes has overseen.

But, thete is a sense that the journey has finally fizzled out. The high jinks of the Leverkusen home leg could not conceal what has been a mediocre Premiership season. The Moyes' system works but inevtably fans want to watch football where the Hammers hold onto possession and take a few more risks. The prospect of the lies of Bowen, Kudus and Paqueta cutting loose on opponents is too exciting to put off any longer and in Lopetegui the board trust!

We've been here before with the Pellegrini era but hopefully this time we can play more effective attacking football. Either way, there can be no denying the calibre of David Moyes and let's hope the players put in a quality performance today to acknowledge his contribution over recent years.

Farewell David, good fortune in your next adventure. It's been a blast!

COYI!!!

5 comments:

  1. Imn a real madrid fan and watch w ham often in spain I can tell you your new manager coming in plays identical football to moyes you wont notice a difference he will defend all day long

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  2. You w ham fans got rid of moyes for better football I can understand that but why o why bring in a like for like manager imn confused

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  3. New 8ncoming manager confirms kudus will be sold

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  4. W ham proposed next manager now in talks with two german clubs confirmed

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  5. Expected west hams next manager seen in germany this morning

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