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West Ham News: Moyes can dodge dismissal bullet

I have a good feeling that David Moyes, the manager of West Ham, won’t be leaving anytime soon. It looks like someone has drawn a line in the sand, and six consecutive losses is the magic number. But if Moyes and Olympiakos can only draw, he can escape being fired.

The Hammers head coach is accustomed to firing deadlines, having received plenty of them during the previous campaign.

The team has succeeded in winning each time this has happened, and the clock has been restarted. There was a lot of chatter back in November about David Moyes’s job security requiring him to win one out of five games. These supposedly “career-defining games” between Everton and Aston Villa came and went. David Moyes fared well despite the fact that Frank Lampard and Steven Gerrard may not have been happy with the results.

There are now rumors circulating within the team, as reported here, that Moyes will be fired following six losses in a row. Basically, Moyes would be sent off if West Ham lost to Brentford, Olympiacos (at home), and Arsenal.

If Moyes and Olympiacos draw, he can avoid being fired.

Personally, I don’t see six losses in a row. West Ham’s loss to Olympiakos at the London Stadium seems extremely unlikely. We play Burnley, Nottingham Forest, and Backa Topola after that matchup with the Greek squad, and we’re not that bad of a team, so it’s unlikely that we lose any of those.

Given the circumstances surrounding his termination, which seem unlikely to result in the required number of losses, I have no doubts that David Moyes will stay in his role as manager of West Ham for some time to come.


BBC pundit stunned at what West Ham fans did after loss v Everton


Jermain Defoe, a former attacker for Rangers and Tottenham Hotspur, was overjoyed by what the West Ham supporters did following their 1-0 loss to Everton.

The Hammers lost 1-0 at the London Stadium on Sunday due to a goal from Dominic Calvert-Lewin.

The fact that the crowd were jeering the players at full time, according to BBC analyst Defoe, indicates that their caliber is that high.

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On October 29 at 20:41, he said to Premier League Productions, “A few boos indicates a demanding fanbase.” That is really wonderful. Although they didn’t play particularly well, the supporters still think they will win these games.

Right on

The fans’ outcry was positive because it demonstrated the Hammers’ expectations and the unacceptable nature of the performance and outcome.When playing against teams with elite players and superior technical skill, one can understand David Moyes’ decision to play a more passive style of game.

But Everton, under Sean Dyche, were there to seize the opportunity because of their reactive style of play.

Moyes must implement a system where his players can control possession and pose a challenge to teams in the lower half of the league.

If not, he might not be the best fit for the position, and if the Hammers continue to lose ground in the standings, he might find himself under fire once more.

Ideally, this won’t occur, but because the company is in the outcomes business, they must begin giving results consistently.

In other West Ham news, a behind-the-scenes revelation from the London Stadium has left the Hammers furious with a £10 million player.

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