West Ham have appointed former Everton and Manchester United boss David Moyes as their new manager, the struggling Premier League club announced on Tuesday.“We believe David is the right man to turn things around and get the best out of the players at the club,” joint chairman David Sullivan said.The Hammers sacked manager Slaven Bilic on Monday after a poor run of results that have left the east London side languishing in the relegation zone.Sullivan believes Moyes, 54, is the perfect choice to steer the club to safety
But he will have to do so without a bumper transfer kitty to rely on as the Premier League strugglers will not be spending big in January.
West Ham fans are in uproar over the club’s decision to appoint Moyes, with the board shocked by the strength of feeling against him.
But Moyes, who will be unveiled at London Stadium today, said: “West Ham supporters are a very passionate group, and we need them behind us.
“How do we do that? By building a successful team, with good players playing well, and that’s what we are aiming to do.
“I hope West Ham fans are going to see a team that is organised and disciplined. But I have always only ever wanted to be involved with attacking, entertaining football.
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