Report: Multiple managers now make contact with David Sullivan, they want the West Ham job
90Min report that the Irons are keeping the faith with Moyes for the time being and have no immediate plans to make a change.
But the pressure will ramp up if they do not improve when the season gets underway once again at the end of the World Cup.
And plenty of representatives have been in touch with David Sullivan to let him know their managers and coaches would be keen to replace Moyes.
Plenty of managers interested if West Ham replace Moyes
Moyes guided West Ham to the semi-finals of the Europa League last season, giving the club’s fans some of their greatest modern nights.
But his defensive style has always grated with some sections of the fanbase and has become more of an issue now he is not getting the results.
West Ham made a host of signings during the summer transfer window and it would be fair to argue that they are still bedding in.
Mark Noble recently told TalkSPORT that Moyes knew integrating the new players at the club would be a challenge and said this season may be a bedding in period.
He said: “I was away on holiday for the first three months of our season which was a lot of fun but the hour and a half we played it was back to anxiety and stress.
“To be honest with you, we had a lot of bad luck in the first few games, we didn’t take the chances we should have done. That grows on you and then we had some really good results at home.
“The league is so tight this year, incredibly tight. We always knew, when I spoke to the manager there was going to be a change of dynamics at the football club for this season.
“We knew we had to bring in probably eight players because of the players that left and myself as club captain. A lot of players with a big voice in the dressing room.
“We’ve recruited fantastically well but there will be a breaking in period we need to get through. That will be this season and then we get the players gelled together, a way of playing that we can start being where we want to be.”
That might be one reason the club is keeping the faith with Moyes despite the host of interested parties in his job if it became vacant.
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