West Ham manager David Moyes is under significant pressure following a season that has fallen way below expectations, with ExWHUEmployee providing an update.
Our Hammers drew 1-1 with Aston Villa at the weekend at London Stadium, and although not a disastrous result, it has been seen as 2 points dropped by many with the visitors looking vulnerable but West Ham unable to take advantage.
This has once again prompted many to question Moyes and his game plan, with confusion in particular surrounding the utilisation of substitutions in terms of personnel and timing.
The clubs highly-regarded summer signing and Italian international striker Gianluca Scamacca was left on the bench, despite West Ham desperately needing a victory to ease the threat of relegation.
Following the result against Unai Emery’s side on Sunday, there were again rumours circulating within the media and online that Moyes was set to be dismissed by the club, ExWHUEmployee though has confirmed this is not the case.
“The situation hasn’t changed as the club are standing by the manager”, said our man-in-the-know on The West Ham Way Podcast.
The case remains that Moyes has the backing of the hierachy for the vital games remaining this season, with our next Premier League game against Southampton on Sunday 2nd April, giving our Hammers a period to regroup and recover thanks to an international break toppled with our game against Manchester City postponed due to their FA Cup tie.
In the meantime, our Hammers will be looking to secure our quarter final spot in the Europa Conference League, when we face AEK Larnaca on Thursday night – already leading the round 2-0 from the 1st leg.
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