By Daniel Feliciano

18th Apr, 2023 | 8:28pm

David Moyes 'increasingly likely' to leave West Ham United this summer

David Moyes in “increasingly likely” to leave West Ham United this summer regardless of whether the team avoids relegation or not, say the Daily Mail.

The Hammers have found themselves embroiled in a relegation battle all season despite spending £185m last summer having reached the Europa League semi-finals.

But having moved four points clear of the drop zone with a game in hand and still being in Europe, Moyes’ future is still unclear and according to Sami Mokbel he is now expected to leave the London Stadium in the summer.

His current contract does not expire until June 2024, but “there is a growing sense that both parties will part ways ahead of the 2023-24 campaign”.


It’s always seemed like it’s the right decision for the two parties to go their separate ways, and in all honesty it should have happened months ago.

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Thankfully the decision hasn’t come back to bite us as we’ve managed to pick up vital points to stay away from the relegation zone for the most part and it would now take quite a collapse to go down from this position.

However that doesn’t mean that it’s the right decision for him to stick around beyond the summer, and it makes sense for everyone that we go in separate directions.

The fans have turned on Moyes and the players aren’t responding to him anymore either, so it makes sense to bring in a fresh voice with fresh ideas.

It doesn’t make Moyes a bad manager and West Ham will thank him for what he did while he was here, but the time is absolutely right for him to move on.

Hopefully now he can sign off with safety and a European trophy to boot.