West Ham boss David Moyes is entering a crucial two-week period in deciding his future. There remains uncertainty over the Scot’s position at the London Stadium. Despite the support of chairman David Sullivan.
The Hammers face Brentford in the FA Cup this weekend. Which if victorious will be their first win in nine games.
However, it is understood that the FA Cup is not the top priority for the club this season. Because there is more concern about escaping relegation.UFABET
But their next two Premier League games against Wolves. And Everton are going to play a big part in shaping his direction with the east London side.
The Hammers have not won a top-flight game since October having run six games in a row.
They currently rank 17 above the relegation zone only on goal difference. The appalling drop in rankings has obviously caused concern to members of the board.
Even West Ham still back Moyes during his worrisome form. But it’s understandable that doubts keep growing. In a season full of disappointments
Sullivan remains hopeful that David Moyes can lead the team out of a slump. and more successful in the second half of the season.
But once again, credit has to be given to Moyes for being able to bring out the full potential of the players, especially the important jigsaw like Jesse Lingard who returns to football with confidence. And is another goalscorer whose performance is very hot in the second half of the season