West Ham Manager: David Moyes In, Slaven Bilic Out

The two-week international break is all Mr. David Moyes, the new Manager of West Ham football club of England has to make the necessary changes and acclimatization with his new squad, which would enable him win games when the league resumes. West Ham is currently struggling in the English Premier League (EPL), which led to the sack of Slaven Bilic after they were pummeled by Liverpool.

Moyes latest appointment is not too different from his replacement of Sir Alex Ferguson years back. Then Moyes tried to fill a shoe so big. He was under intense pressure. This time around he has come to correct the mistakes of an “underperformed” manager. He will be under another design of pressure too.

But whatever the case is, pundits want to believe that his experience with Everton where he spent about 11 years should be able to carry him through not to win the league though but to ensure West Ham does not drop into relegation.

To show he means business, Moyes has wasted little time putting his stamp on the West Ham squad, putting his new players through their paces just hours after taking over from Slaven Bilic. The 54-year-old oversaw his first training session as West Ham boss at their Rush Green base on Tuesday, with the likes of Andy Carroll and Aaron Cresswell appearing in good spirits.

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