In a recent report from Express Daily, it was mentioned that West Ham United boss David Moyes has come under immense pressure in the recent weeks following the Hammers’ inconsistent start this season. It is understood that the East London club spent heavily in the summer transfer market but the results remain disappointing.
Should the Chiefs look at replacing him with the options available currently?
Ralph Hassenhuttl (free agent)
Southampton announced that the Austrian had been relieved of his duties following a run of poor performances as his four-year spell at the St. Mary’s Stadium came to an end with just one win from nine games in the current season.
However, Hassenhuttl gained much applause as the Saints’ boss and may relish the chance to get back to his job. The 55-year-old would fancy a job at West Ham and it could be quite tempting for a man who has a point to prove.
West Ham UnitedSean Dyche (free agent)
The 51-year-old has been open about his ambitions to return to the dugout after his long spell with Burnley came to end. However, if the West Ham chiefs want to ensure better results Dyche could very well be the man who can take charge and help the club with their league position. There are a few concerns over his playstyle but the Englishman could certainly grind out more results.
Rafael Benitez (free agent)
Benitez is keen to make a return to Premier League football and remains one of the best possible options to replace Moyes despite having a poor spell with Everton. However, he did enjoy a fantastic spell with Newcastle United and that is exactly the sort of form West Ham need in order to sail through. As he has won both the Champions League and Europa League, his arrival at the London Stadium would be more than ecstatic for the fans as they could surely have some high hopes again.
How Does Moyes Save Himself And West Ham United In The Coming Weeks?
Expectations from David Moyes are greater than ever before as the Hammers face Leicester City this weekend. With the club playing two seasons of European football and having spent huge money in bringing in reinforcements to the squad, results are truly required. The Premier League clash this Saturday is crucial because if Moyes secures a win then going into the World Cup break could give him enough time to rethink his strategies and turn things around. However, if they suffer a disappointing loss then the next weeks could be challenging.
Although Moyes has earned enough time with the club qualifying for the knockout rounds in the Europa Conference league and he has certainly overachieved in the past two seasons, the next fixture remains a deciding factor for the manager in order to stay at East London.