January 15 News According to the famous Daily Telegraph reporter Matt Law and
According to the latest report from editor-in-chief Jason Burt, West Ham United are considering potential short-term and long-term replacements for David Moyes, and the club thinks it will be too painful to watch him lead the team this season.
Moyes is struggling to keep his job after West Ham’s loss to Wolves, with his side in the Premier League’s relegation zone.
Even if West Ham’s management absolutely does not want to fire Moyes, the result of only one point in seven games is still too ugly.
Ideally, the club would like to give Moyes more time, but his future is in limbo ahead of Saturday’s game against relegation rivals Everton in a six-point battle for relegation that will be important for both clubs
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The club are understood to be considering both short-term and long-term possibilities.
Ideal candidates like Mauricio Pochettino and Thomas Tuchel were out of reach and the club realized that neither would accept an offer.
More short-term options, such as Nuno and Rafa Benitez, who will be seen as potential firefighters until the end of the season, have been discussed.
Neither former Tottenham boss Nuno nor Rafa Benitez will be particularly popular with fans, leaving West Ham with a huge decision to make.
He was backed by more than £100m last summer but none of the new arrivals can be declared a success and West Ham’s results and performances have fallen staggeringly.
If they don’t make a change early, West Ham will be hoping Moyes can inspire a comeback, starting against Everton, saving them a big decision.