Written by @samjsneddon
There's been plenty of controversy over West Ham's appointment of David Moyes, with many fans showing their objection to the Man United flop.
David Moyes was appointed the manager of West Ham in early November, playing ten matches for the Hammers; let's take a look.
Matches Played: 10
Matches Won: 2
Matches Drawn: 3
Matches Lost: 5
Win Percentage: 20%
(Correct as of 27th December 2017)
Let's break that down. Moyes started off his West Ham career with a 2-0 away defeat to Watford - not the greatest start for the 54-year old Scotsman. A 1-1 draw against Leicester followed by a 4-0 hammering from Everton at Goodison Park began an uproar from the fans of West Ham. A 2-1 loss from Manchester City saw Moyes' team go four games without a win. West Ham then went on to grab 3 points from a single Arnautovic goal against a dominant Chelsea. A goalless draw against Arsenal was a fair result before a solid 3-0 win away to Stoke showed maybe a glimpse of hope for the bubble-blowers. It soon became dull once again with a 3-2 home loss to Newcastle and a 3-3 tie with Bournemouth.
Next, West Ham will face West Brom at home, followed by a likely battering from an in-form Tottenham.
A brilliant video from 'Copa90', posted just after the signing of Moyes shines a light on the views of some West Ham fans on the appointment of the new manager, with many saying it'll mean relegation for the Hammers.
I've never been a fan of David Moyes, and I feel that a potential top 8 club like West Ham shouldn't have a manager like him. He flopped in his 10 months at Man U, a year at Real Sociedad and an embarrassing last-place relegation for Sunderland last season are just a few of his cons for becoming the manager. He honestly has close to zero honours as a manager, winning only the FA Community Shield with Manchester United in 2013. Even when he spent 11 years at Everton, he was a fail.
West Ham are only 5 points off dead last in the Premier League, as they currently sit 17th, and under Moyes, things can only get worse. The sooner the board sack him, the better.
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