David Moyes has been appointed as West Ham manager and will return for a second spell at the club.The Scot, 55, has signed an 18-month deal and starts with the New Year's Day home game against Bournemouth.He replaces Manuel Pellegrini, who was sacked after Saturday's 2-1 home defeat by a much-changed Leicester side. "I feel like I've got unfinished business," said Moyes, who led the Hammers to Premier League safety in a seven-month spell from November 2017.Former Everton and Manchester United boss Moyes, who took over from Slaven Bilic two years ago, left at the end of the season as the east London club decided to "go in a different direction" with former Manchester City manager Pellegrini.Bu...
Marco Silva has the lowest points per game ratio of any Everton manager since Walter Smith. The Toffees harboured hopes of a top six finish this season, but find themselves in the relegation zone after eight games, despite spending close to £100million on summer transfers. Getty Images - Getty Everton are growing impatient with Marco Silva Silva is under increasing pressure after overseeing four successive Premier League defeats, with the most recent loss at Burnley on Saturday. The coach’s points per game (1.33) is less than his unpopular predecessor Sam Allardyce (1.42) and the lowest since Smith (1.15), who was in charge for fours years between 1998 and 2002. Worst Everton managerial points per game ratios since Walter Smith
David Moyes is the new West Ham bossTuesday, November 7, 2017Leon Osman insists David Moyes can still cut it in the Premier League and has backed his former Everton boss to be big hit as West Ham manager.Moyes’ appointment was confirmed by the Hammers on Tuesday morning, with the Scot succeeding sacked boss Slaven Bilic and signing a contract until the end of the season.But the club’s choice has not gone down well with fans.The Hammers are struggling at the bottom of the Premier League after just two wins from their opening 11 games and, having failed to keep Sunderland in the top flight in his previous role, few believe Moyes is the right man for the job.Osman, however, insists the Scot is no stranger to attractive football, saying he developed Everton into one of the Premier League’s mos
David Moyes is set to be given the West Ham job until the end of the seasonMonday, November 6, 2017David Moyes is set to be appointed as West Ham manager until the end of the season, talkSPORT understands.The east London club have decided to sack Slaven Bilic following the club’s dreadful start to the Premier League season, with Saturday’s 4-1 defeat to Liverpool leaving them in the relegation zone.It has been reported that Bilic will hold talks with joint-chairman David Sullivan on Monday about his future.But, according to talkSPORT sources, the decision has already been made to axe the Croatian boss and Moyes has already been lined up as his replacement.The former Everton and Manchester United manager has agreed a contract at the London Stadium until the end of the season,