What David Moyes Will Be Looking For In January

Ahead of today's crucial 'live on sky' clash with Watford at Vicarage road we look forward with hope and reservation as to what fans can expect now and up to the January transfer window. West Ham finally called time on Slaven Bilic’s reign as manager after the team's wretched start to the season and the club moved quickly to install David Moyes as his replacement. Moyes, who’s last job involved relegation at Sunderland, will be looking to not only change West Ham’s fortunes but also his own.

A Week Is A Long Time Especially At West Ham Wise Heads & Young Legs United?

So now David Moyes has confirmed the appointment of Alan Irvine, Billy McKinlay and Stuart Pearce as his assistants at West Ham United what can fans realistically expect? Initially the least that is expected is for the players to show more commitment than has been on display in this underwhelming season that fans have been forced to endure so far. The long trek to and from the London Stadium has seemed even longer of late and to say the mood has been incredibly toxic would be an understatement!

Will Moyes Have The Cojones To Replace Hart With Adrian? (pt1)

Will new West Ham United manager have free rein over his goal keeping selection? Rumour has it that part of the deal that brought Joe Hart from all conquering Manchester City to the London Stadium was that he had to play every Premier League match unless he was injured, with the exception of the two matches against his parent club which under archaic FA rules he is not allowed to play. If allowed, which is the subject of some conjecture, does David Moyes have the Cojones to replace Joe Hart with fans favourite Adrian San Miguel?

Mirror Gets Stuck In-What A Surprise-Cowardly Article

It was only to be expected, it comes as no surprise that Spurs lap dog Darren Lewis's paper has begun 'anonymous' unscrupulous reports of West Ham United's woes. The content of today's assault on any form of positivity is summed up with this wonderful piece of journalism about West Ham's potential need to sell it's bright young prospects in order to fund the battle against relegation.
' The club will be reluctant to sell but they are stuck in a relegation battle and may have to cash in now to raise funds for the battle to beat the drop.'

Payet And Others Try To Put Boot In On Billic - Et Tu Bruté?

Former Liverpool, Real Madrid and West Ham defender Alvaro Arbeloa showed what a despicable rat he is by tweeting "better late than never" in response to Slaven Bilic's sacking as Hammers manager, Hmmm this from a player who was woefully unfit during his extremely over paid stint at The London Stadium who showed absolutely no effort to help his manager, it can be argued that he was just another of those "Sullivanesque' acquisitions hoisted upon Slaven Billic while he was manager, the list is endless, the biggest and possibly most catastrophic being the signing of Joe Hart on a season's loan

Frying Pan To The Fire Billic Out Moyes In God Help Us

The inevitable finally happened at West Ham United's only permanent home, their Rush Green training centre, when Prime minister incarnate Karren Brady arrived in a 'smoked out' limo in order that she could deliver the coup de grace to Slaven Billic personally. After two and a half long years the likeable Hammers manager has finally been given the chop, in what was one of football's least kept secrets his departure was a foregone conclusion, it was just a matter of when not if!

Devil Or The Deep Blue Sea-Allardyce Or Moyes?

Be careful what you wish for is an oft used expression when it comes to footballing scenarios and West Ham United are about to embark upon their perilous journey towards Premier League survival, because make no mistake the club is in a real dog fight! Any illusion things were going to suddenly get better must have been well and truly shattered by now, especially after two lamentable 'home' performances at what has become increasingly known as the 'Toxic Drome' that have seen the team ship seven goals and only score one.

West Ham United v Liverpool FC Team Sheets

West Ham United :Hart, Cresswell, Reid, Ogbonna, Fernandes, Kouyate, Lanzini, Noble, Obiang, Hernandez, Ayew Subs: Adrian, Arnautovic, Carroll, Sakho, Haksabanovic, Masuaku, Rice
Liverpool FC : Mignolet, Moreno, Matip, Klavan, Gomez, Wijnaldum, Can, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Salah, Mane, Firmino Subs: Karius, Lovren, Milner, Sturridge, Grujic, Solanke, Alexander-Arnold

Declan Rice - The Rising Star

Football is one sports exercise that has successfully achieved a very firm grip on our lives. Present day society cannot complete its narrative without explaining the effects of sports and the most popular sports in the world at present is football. This sport has given the world a lot in entertainment, and has made a lot of financial inroads into people’s lives and in building great business empires.

Crisis, What Crisis? No Zabaleta, No Reid, No Hope?

The last time West Ham United faced this Saturday's visitors Liverpool was on the final home game of last season, the drubbing left a very poor taste in the mouth! Fresh on the heels of nearly snatching defeat from victory at Palace, Slaven Billic's team is going to have to be completely re-jigged at the back with the news that Jose Font has joined James Collins and Winston Reid on the injury list, ally that to Pablo Zabaleta's suspension for having reached his yellow card limit and things look pretty bleak!


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