Hammers here in the Tavern are in dreamland, after securing their first win under new boss David Moyes at the weekend.
After sacking Croatian Slaven Bilic, David Gold saw former Manchester United manager David Moyes as the suitable predecessor, much to the fans dismay having seen their new gaffer achieve an abysmal 18.6 win percentage in his last job in English football, that saw the relegation of Championship side Sunderland.
However, after bettering Louis Van Gaal’s record as United manager, fans were hopeful they’d see more of this.
At the weekend, West Ham welcomed defending champions Chelsea to the Olympic Stadium, in a game that many thought would be a convincing win for the Blues, however, Moyes used all his experience to set the Hammers up for an impressive defensive display after their early 6th minute goal, that saw Moyes achieve the first win of his tenure.
Having received their first win under their new boss, the West Ham Twitter account was still in dreamland on Sunday morning, as they posted a picture of David Moyes screaming out in relief after Saturday’s win.
The Boss. pic.twitter.com/jPpCZQNB3M
— West Ham United (@WestHamUtd) December 10, 2017
With fans in high-spirits, here’s a look at exactly what they made of the club’s post.
Whys he getting so much hate in the comments? We’ve defo improved
— West Ham News (@whufc_news) December 10, 2017
If moyes turns us around and gets us out of the situation we are in we will love him as fans !! The job is a poison chalice. Give him funds in January, who else would come in and manage us ????
— darren gilbey (@darren_dgilbey) December 10, 2017
That’s David Moyes not Bruce Springsteen.
— andy dillon (@andydillon70) December 10, 2017
David Moyes Claret and Blue Army
— RWSmalley (@RWSmalley65) December 10, 2017
Well done the Moysiah
Hope he can prove everyone wrong…
— ross wilson (@rossco_9) December 10, 2017
He’s improved and organised us in a handful of games, looking much fitter and sharper than under Bilic . Which wasn’t hard to be fair …
— Si Juster (@JusterCR8) December 10, 2017
— Luis Esparza (@superluis97045) December 10, 2017
Moyes deserve credit , time and the full support from us all to keep us in the prem
— Scott (@Scott17018929) December 10, 2017
— Ryan (@Ryan_G89) December 11, 2017
Not yet !! win couple more games and maybe
— Will Griffiths (@wilclaret_blue) December 10, 2017
Improved the team big style keep up the good work #COYI
— carol (@CazShan) December 10, 2017
see how we do in the next games before we get carried away
— jack crouch (@crouchy2015) December 10, 2017