West Ham has named David Moyes as their new manager
West Ham has appointed former Sunderland coach David Moyes as their new manager on Tuesday.
David Moyes says his appointment as West Ham boss is a change for him to put thing in order, after
admitting his time at Sunderland
wasn’t a good move.
The announcement was made on Tuesday, nearly six months after resigning as the manager for Sunderland following the
Black Cats’ relegation from the
Moyes who has been handed six-month deal at West will serve as Slaven Bilic’s replacement – will be tasked with guiding the
Hammers to safety – they currently sit
in the bottom three, a point behind
Moyes believes the club needs results
quickly and he wants the team to
play entertaining football. Meanwhile, despite failing to keep Sunderland in
the Premier League last season, the 54-year-old remains confident that he is
the right man to turn things around
at the London Stadium.
“It’s only been the last job [at
Sunderland] where I feel it wasn’t a
good move and I didn’t enjoy the
hungry to make sure I get things
right now. don’t know any manager who
hasn’t gone through negative
periods, especially in the game
today. I hope it gives me great
strength and understanding of what
“”We are without some players at the
moment who are away on
international duty, but we will get the
chance to work with the players who
are here this week and I am looking
forward to it,” Moyes said.