17 July 2024

West Ham appear to have no plans to sack David Moyes, despite the club’s poor form and mounting pressure from the fanbase.

The Hammers are without a win in their last eight games across all competitions, with their most recent victory coming last year. As a result, there has been increased speculation about Moyes’ future, with the 60-year-old out of contract at the end of the season.

However, according to BBC Sport, the club are ‘doing their best to dampen down speculation’ while still sitting ninth in the league despite their recent struggles. ‘Moyes Out’ banners were unfurled in the away end at the weekend as West Ham lost 2-0 to Nottingham Forest, prompting the Scot to hit back at fans who are calling for him to be sacked.

Maybe they’ve had managers who excite them more, possibly, but the one who’s sitting here wins more,” Moyes said in his post-match press conference, pointing to the fact he has the highest win rate of any West Ham manager in the Premier League era.

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