David Moyes: West Ham ‘big club’ as Champions League dream takes flight


While much of the attention is naturally focused on what David Moyes manages to do with the West Ham first team, the Scotsman has praised the club as a whole on their upward trajectory.

In many ways, last season seems like a dress rehearsal for West Ham. Largely played in empty stadiums, the team are now presenting the progress they have made amid football’s joyless experience in the face of the pandemic to a live audience, who themselves love just about every minute.

Speaking to the club’s official website after the game, Moyes praised everyone involved while hailing West Ham as a “great” place.

“We have a great club, really, and we have a club that I said from the start that had so much room for improvement and development,” he said.

“It has to come on the pitch first because the fans want to see what’s going on on the pitch. We brought in a few players, which made a big difference.

“We have more international players here than we have had in a long time and everyone’s credit goes, but let’s be fair, the most important thing is the players – they do a magnificent job.

“The staff too, Kev and Nev (assistant coaches Kevin Nolan and Paul Nevin) the boys helped bring in another couple of set pieces today so it’s a great job.”



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