Stock rises for man tipped to be future West Ham boss after Will Still’s side scores total football wonder goal

After Will Still’s team scores a complete football miracle goal, the guy who is expected to become the next West Ham manager sees his stock continue to climb.

David Moyes’ future at West Ham was up in the air not too long ago.

even if in June, you helped the Hammers win their first trophy in 43 years.

However, West Ham’s superb transfer activity and strong start to the new season have put that kind of rumor to rest.

However, there are still some West Ham supporters who crave, whether legitimately or not, for a more forward-thinking coach along the lines of Robert de Zerbi or Xabi Alonso, the Bayer Leverkusen manager who was linked to the Hammers in the summer.


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The remarkable story about Still and what he has been doing at Reims is fascinating.

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Stock rises for man tipped to be future West Ham boss after Will Still’s side scores total football wonder goal

Hammers News suggested recently that Still is a man worth keeping an eye on for the future post-Moyes at West Ham.

Having repeatedly stated in interviews that he dreams of managing his beloved West Ham, it was no surprise Still was linked as a potential replacement for Moyes during the dark days last season.

Indeed it was even claimed Still was on a six-man shortlist compiled by the West Ham board should they have parted ways with Moyes.

Still put that talk to bed when he signed a new contract with Reims in the summer.

But stock continues to rise for the man tipped to be a future West Ham boss after Still’s side scored a total football wonder goal.

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Scintillating display of total football proves West Ham fan Still is no flash in the pan

Reims are fifth in Ligue 1 after a 2-1 win away at Lille last night.

And the goal which turned out to be the winner was a thing of beauty.

A scintillating nine-pass attack of mostly one-touch football was finished off by Keito Nakamura.

It is a goal that would do Pep Guardiola, De Zerbi or total football originators Ajax proud.

Many believed Still would prove to be a flash in the pan.

But Reims’ continued high level of performance and goals like this prove he clearly has something special as a coach.

You can watch the goal in the post below.

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