West Ham United fans are happy to see David Moyes leave the club this summer despite doing what he was tasked with and keeping them clear of relegation from the English Premier League.
It’s been a tough season for Irons fans and at one point they were in free-fall on their way to the Championship amidst supporter demonstrations and dreadful form.
Moyes though has managed to tap into a fighting spirit at the club and get the results required to stay clear of danger, eventually finishing nine points clear of the bottom three after victory against Everton on the final day.
With his contract reported to expire at midnight tonight, he is expected to move elsewhere.
Fans believe this is the best thing for the club, although recognise the job he’s done since arriving at the London Stadium.
Can the club now appoint a manager that not only gets results but also plays the kind of football supporters want to watch?
Supporters took to Twitter to share their thoughts on it all…
— Taylor Hall (@taylorhall11) May 13, 2018
— Tyrone (@whumaan) May 13, 2018
I don’t not like Moyes as a man and I think he is a good manager at what he does. He just isnt 4 us. He will do well for other clubs. Thank you for keeping us up. We finished 9 pts clear so he deserves credit. We move on…. hopefully @davidgold #COYI
— ⚒ Marky Perkins ⚒ (@Supagrova1973) May 13, 2018
What I hope to happen in the next few days:
• Collins & Lanzini given new contracts.
• Moyes is sacked.
• Either Benitez, Pellegrini, Fonseca or Nagelsmann is appointed.
— West Ham News/Views (@WHUFC_News_6) May 13, 2018
Only one Ginger Pele, what a man. Good way to end the season. Would shake Moyes’ hand, thank him sincerely and start the rebuild tomorrow. #COYI
— Sam Shearer (@SamShearer7) May 13, 2018
— DB (@DarrenBell23) May 13, 2018
One of the best performances I've seen in a while today.
A joy to watch but as much as I've grown to respect Moyes, he still has to go #WHUFC
— Richard (@rikkimoore666) May 13, 2018
Go 100% need to show ambition
— Mr Smith 🙅♂️ (@_SmithMeister) May 13, 2018
Go, this could be our last chance to go for a progressive manager who will reform the club from top to bottom
— Rorke's ⚒ Drift (@RorkesXDrift) May 13, 2018