Sad News For West ham United: the manager has been fired due to his…

West Ham’s position on David Moyes’ dismissal following the Tottenham Hotspur victory West Ham United is currently one point from safety in the relegation zone, but that’s football.London is aware that David Moyes will not be fired.

As things stand, David Moyes will not be fired as West Ham United’s manager, according to what football.london knows.

The Hammers’ three-game Premier League unbeaten streak came to an end on Sunday when they lost 2-0 to rivals from London, Tottenham Hotspur. The team was only one point outside of safety after the loss at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, but it was still in the relegation zone.

Football.london understands that there won’t be any changes made in the dugout and that Moyes’ position is safe for the time being, despite growing rumors that the east London team may split ways with the Scot.

Although acknowledging that job pressure results from defeats, Moyes stated at the beginning of January that the team was behind him and would provide him with the necessary support to turn things around.

“[The board] has also demonstrated some experience in controlling their anxiety. They are providing me with excellent support to enable the club to win and the manager to succeed,” Moyes stated.

While admitting that losses lead to pressure at work, Moyes declared at the start of January that the team was behind him and would give him the tools he needed to make things right.

“[The board] has additionally shown that they have some experience managing their anxiety. They are giving me great support so that the manager can succeed and the club can win,” Moyes said.

At times, if I were to brag about myself, I would probably say something like, ‘Look, there have been three pretty good years.'”

However, I also recognize that, given my line of work, you’re frequently under pressure if you lose four or five games in a row.

“I am incredibly lucky that the board has acknowledged the excellent work that has been done over the past three years; this is probably why I am receiving such strong support.”

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Everton, Leeds United, and Southampton—all teams fighting for relegation—have all recently changed their managers and have experienced a little bit of a new-manager bounce.

Everton defeated league leaders Arsenal 1-0 in their first match under Sean Dyche. Southampton shocked Chelsea on Saturday, while Leeds and the formidable Manchester United drew 2-2.

The Toffees defeated Leeds in a relegation six-pointer on Saturday, escaping the drop zone by a point despite losing their subsequent match against Liverpool.

 

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