The West Ham United , where Javier Hernández militates , made official this Wednesday the departure of the Scottish coach David Moyes after six months at the club A Moyes, 55, who came to the 'Hammers' last November as a replacement for Slaven Bilic , the London team chose not to renew the contract, which expired last Sunday at midnight, just a few hours after it ended the Premier League2017/2018. "West Ham United can confirm that David Moyes has left the club after his short term contract," the institution said in a statement.
The Scottish strategist, former tenant of the benches of Everton, Manchester United and Real Sociedad, achieved the goal that marked the leaders upon his arrival: the permanence in the division queen of English football. However, despite getting a respectable thirteenth position in the table, the unattractive football that practiced the team under the leadership of Moyes led to several protests from the fans against the board and against the coach himself. Of his 31 games in the 'Hammers', the Scot won nine, drew 10 and lost 12.Bet on your favourite team with corebet soccer tips.
"I would like to thank you sincerely for David Moyes and his coaching staff to achieve the objective. During his time here, David has acted with dignity and honesty, and has been a real pleasure working with him , " said David Sullivan , co-president of the 'Hammers'. "He and his team accepted the challenge and turned him over to a very complicated situation. They deserve respect for their work and leave the club with our best wishes," he added. "When David arrived, we emphasized that the work would be six months, until end of season, and at that time we would take a decision on the future. After analyzing the whole campaign, we believe it is the right time to point in another address, "said the manager.
Within the East London team they hope to name a new tenant "of relevance" for the bench in the next 10 days, and have shown interest in the Portuguese Paulo Fonseca -he met in recent days with his representative , Jorge Mendes, with the managers of West Ham, the Spanish Rafael Benítez and the Chilean Manuel Pellegrini. Other less-named options are Sean Dyche, Burnley coach, David Wagner, coach of Huddersfield Town, and Marco Silva, who was dismissed midway through the season at Watford and plays for the Everton bench. "We are taking the necessary steps to identify and recruit the technician that we believe can take West Ham to the next level, and we hope to name a relevant person, someone who can guide our club into an exciting future, in the next 10 days," he explained. David Sullivan.