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Exclusive unconfirmed News: Moyes set to be named as manager and with the following backroom team

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We can exclusively reveal, although it is not finalised and anything can happen at this point, that David Moyes is set to be named West Ham manager and take his first training session tomorrow.  He will be given a two and a half year contract with the opportunity for the club to break the clause at the end of the season regardless of what Moyes achieves in this time. The rumours that have been given to the site is that his backroom team could consist of his former assistant manager Alan Irvine, Steve Round, Jimmy Lumsden, Chris Woods (who is the only member of the backroom team to survive Bilic’s sacking) and surprisingly Stuart Pearce (as the token Ex player returning)-although Pearce has since denied contact with the club.  It is also thought that the backroom team will not include Phil Neville which was widely expected to happen.  While we are keen to stress this is unconfirmed at this point these are the latest rumours that have came from the same source that told us Bilic would be sacked if we lost heavily to Liverpool and that Moyes was even in the running to be the manager.  Whatever happens we will try our best via my twitter or the site to keep you up to date!

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  • Simon
    6th November 2017 at 6:41 pm

    lets hope this is a sick joke

  • Elbow73
    6th November 2017 at 7:13 pm

    Ok…not jumping for joy but give the bloke a chance I suppose..but I like the Stuart Pearce Factor.!! C’moooooooon.!

  • Mr J Wicks
    6th November 2017 at 7:16 pm

    If David Moyes is the new manager as fans we must get behind the team. Protests against the new man just create a bad atmosphere and will lead to relegation.

  • Wattie73
    6th November 2017 at 7:27 pm

    Its a joke championship here we come the need to be sacked cheap appointment let the fans down again

  • Wattie73
    6th November 2017 at 7:28 pm

    The board need to go

  • Roger Youens
    6th November 2017 at 9:45 pm

    It’s the board that’s the problem.

  • Jason
    6th November 2017 at 10:55 pm

    As a 46 year old Hammers fan this does not surprise me one bit but I would say is that this is now100% proof that those clowns upstairs do not care about West Ham United football club, West Ham supporters and football in general, and if West Ham go down next year watch those idiots sell up and do the off.

  • Mark15
    7th November 2017 at 9:42 am

    Can’t say I am happy with the appointment but this is what you get from a ‘cheap’ board who should of sacked Bilic at the start of the season. Out of the available managers who would come to us mid season, he is the best we could of hoped for. Anything has got to be better than what we have been watching for the last 6 months or so !