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05th May 2024

West Ham ‘decide to part ways’ with David Moyes

Ryan Price

The Scottish manager’s side suffered a heavy defeat away to Chelsea this afternoon.

West Ham have reportedly decided to get rid of manager David Moyes at the end of the season, after the club were hammered 5-0 by Chelsea at Stamford Bridge earlier today.

Mauricio Pochetinno’s Blues ran riot against the Hammers with striker Nicolas Jackson hitting a second-half double.

It was an afternoon to forget for Moyes and his team, as they failed to really get into the game throughout.

Chelsea exposed their defensive problems, and those who watched the game would argue that the east London side should have conceded more.

With the five goals they let in today, they have now conceded 70 goals in the Premier League this season.

The most David Moyes’ side has ever let in during a single season.

After the game, football journalist Fabrizio Romano posted that the club has made the decision to decided to ‘part ways’ with the former Manchester United and Everton manager.

Romano wrote: “West Ham had already decided to part ways with David Moyes before this game and the plan remains clear for next season.

“Talks continue with candidates including Julen Lopetegui who’s been approached earlier this week.”