Moyes praises his work at West Ham

David Moyes will step down as West Ham manager at the end of the season. At the press conference, the Scot answered the question of how he would like to be remembered as the coach of this club.

“As someone who came in and did the job and lived up to expectations. Avoiding West Ham's relegation for the second time was difficult. And you see how things can change quickly in football – then we became participants in European cups. The questions from journalists have also changed: before they asked about possible relegation, and then about whether we would be able to qualify for European competition.

I think we did a really good job. We have built a club that is now stable,” Moyes said.

West Ham are currently ninth in the Premier League standings.









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