West Ham United have confirmed the departure of the women’s team manager Paul Konchesky.  

Paul Konchesky, who managed his last game yesterday afternoon, has left West Ham after spending a season at the club.  Konchesky was appointed in May 2022 for the 22/23 season, and despite a good run of form in the early matches last year, since December, he has only managed to secure one league victory.  

Our Hammers finished in 8th after yesterdays draw to North London rivals Tottenham Hotspur’s, however their recent games have shown a poor run of form and results.  

The club has recently gone through a massive overhaul with Karen Brady being appointed as director in early March, and as reported exclusively by ExWHUEmployee on his podcast on Patreon, it was believed that a change of management was due to be put in place ahead of next season.

The former hammer & England defender has made a statement to West Ham’s official website : “I am proud and honoured to have had the opportunity to manage this Club. My players and my staff have always given me 100 per cent and while some of our results have been disappointing this season, we still have a lot to be proud of, including reaching the semi-final of the Conti Cup. I wish the Club well for the future.”

West Ham women’s general manager Aidan Boxall has also stated : “We would like to thank Paul for his contribution to the Club, both as manager and during his spell as assistant manager. He has played a key role in the ongoing development of the women’s team and we wish him well for the future.”

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Written By Katie Vine