According to HITC, the West Ham board is currently reviewing David Moyes’ status because David Sullivan has yet to decide whether or not to offer him a new contract.
The news agency claimed on its website on Monday (12 February) that the Hammers chairman would prefer to keep the Scotsman, but he is aware of internal opposition, and Sunday’s 6-0 humiliation against Arsenal will not aid the “keep Moyes” campaign.
It said that the 75-year-old is becoming “increasingly frustrated” with the Irons’ manager and technical director Tim Steidten, after continuous disagreements caused them to miss out on multiple deals during the January transfer window, with the duo unable to agree on the transfers.
Not a good situation for West Ham.
The instability behind the scenes at West Ham cannot continue, as it is clearly affecting issues on the game.
If Moyes and Steidten’s failure to reach an agreement on deals throughout the window was the basis for the club’s lack of activity, it is utterly ludicrous, and something must give.
The speculation about the Hammers manager’s future will continue until a decision is made, which must happen sooner rather than later to avoid derailing our season.
The result against Arsenal will have done him no favors, since it will be incredibly tough to re-engage the fans after that humiliating defeat in a London derby.
The board must really address this matter because we are in a position to move forward as a club, but things are becoming a little ugly at the London Stadium right now.
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