Tuesday, 7 November 2017

Former West Ham player Steve Lomas backs new manager David Moyes to succeed

Steve Lomas a former West Ham midfielder believes the club new manager David Moyes will get the best out of the club's summer signings.
Moyes will be confirmed as Slaven Bilic's successor on Tuesday, becoming the 16th manager in West Ham's history. Lomas believes he will lead the Hammers to safety, provided he gets the best out of players such as Javier Hernandez and Marko Arnautovic.

He said “David is a vastly experienced manager. He's a brave manager, he took the hardest job in football in following Sir Alex Ferguson at Manchester United. He knows the league and if he can doing close to the job he did at Everton, it'll be a great signing. There is a better squad to work with compared to Sunderland. Ultimately it's about getting those players gelled, motivated. The key is getting the right formula on how to play. Due to suspension and injuries, Slaven wasn't able to get the best out of Hernandez, Arnautovic, but certainly the squad is in a better place than Sunderland last year.”

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