By Daniel Feliciano

31st Dec, 2022 | 9:10am

Jacob Steinberg shares major Saturday news on David Moyes job at West Ham in sack update

West Ham United have got no plans to make a managerial change at the moment despite defeat to Brentford on Friday night, according to Jacob Steinberg.

The Hammers slipped to an 11th defeat in 17 Premier League games this season, including each of the last five games in a row to see them enter a relegation battle despite David Moyes’ claims that they are pushing for Europe.

But with fans firmly now in the “Moyes Out” band, it seems the board are still behind him with no plans for a replacement yet.

“David Moyes still has the support of West Ham’s board. Last night’s defeat to Brentford leaves West Ham firmly in a relegation battle but no plans to make a managerial change at the moment,” he wrote on his personal Twitter account (31 December).


What will it take for the board to realise that Moyes has done a great job but it’s time for him to go as we’re now heading backwards?

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Moyes came in during a difficult period and really turned us around, and took us to exactly where we wanted to be – competing in European competition and at the top end of the table.

But as we tried to push on and become even better, he’s no longer the manager that needs to be in charge and his dithering and defensive style is making us worse with an even better squad.

He has to go for us to stand any chance of survival at this point, because we have the best squad of anyone involved in this battle and yet are results are arguably the worst.

The quicker we make this decision, the more time the new man will have to turn things around. We can’t afford to leave it too late or we risk ending up in the Championship once again.