Harry Redknapp raves about West Ham boss David Moyes
Harry Redknapp has showered heaps of praise on West Ham manager David Moyes on talkSPORT.
Moyes has done a magnificent job at West Ham as the Hammers are looking for a top-four finish in the Premier League this season.
Heading into the international break, West Ham are third in the table, following their 3-2 win against Liverpool last Sunday.
Redknapp has suggested that West Ham are a “massive” club, and it’s refreshing to see Moyes doing a “fantastic” job at the club.
The popular pundit has suggested that Moyes works hard in the training and he has brought in some very good players at the club.
“They’re a massive club, a big club, great support and it is fantastic to see them doing so well. David has just done a great job there,” said Redknapp to talkSPORT.
“He knows what he is doing, it’s not rocket science is it? We all get carried away with so much nonsense now and so much jargon and it’s so some of these young coaches have invented a new game.
“He just comes in and gets on with it, he’s brought in good players in the right positions, they work hard and they know what they’re about.
“He works hard on the training pitch and getting great results and long may it continue.”
The former Manchester United boss has really turned his career around at West Ham. Last season, he nearly took them to the Champions League spot, but finished just outside the top four.
This season, one could sense something special is going on at West Ham. The Hammers have been outstanding in their Europa League campaign having already qualified to the knock-out rounds.
They have beaten the likes of Manchester City and Manchester United in the league cup, and have a great opportunity to lift the EFL Cup this season.
On top of that, he has operated on a decent budget, has kept the squad happy and fresh, and there’s an air of positivity around the club — it’s really refreshing to see Moyes doing so well.
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