Writing on his Patreon, club insider ExWHUemployee has lifted the lid on a behind-the-scenes ‘shake up’ at West Ham United.
The Lowdown: Moyes eyeing the long term…
During his first stint with the Hammers, Moyes was not offered the chance to build on his work at the London Stadium – being quickly replaced by Manuel Pellegrini.
Nearly two years after he was re-instated following GSB’s decision to part ways with the Chilean, Moyes has guided West Ham back to Europe whilst being handed a new and improved long term deal.
The 58-year-old touched upon building for the long term and putting ‘another layer of bricks‘ on top of simply signing players, with Ex now revealing news of a major overhaul at academy level.
The Latest: ExWHUemployee lifts lid on behind-scenes ‘shake up’…
As per his information, West Ham are now set for an overhaul in terms of key staff in the Hammers academy.
Indeed, Ex believes that Under-23s coach Dmitri Halajko is now ‘set to leave’ within the next month and other ‘key people’ could also be on their way before the season finishes.
Jeremy Sauer, who is currently assistant boss to Halajko, may depart after his current coaching partner with Moyes and the club now apparently set for an overhaul.
The Verdict: Moyes building…
Given the Scotsman’s fine job at West Ham, we believe the club and supporters should watch on and let him reshape the finer details of the club in his own image.
Planning for the long term is arguably an underrated part of any manager’s job with the emphasis being on aspects like transfers or results on the field.
Finer changes like this one could have a major impact on the talent coming through at Rush Green, and therefore, the first team – so this update could possess some significance.
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