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|Posté le: Mar 24 Avr - 09:18 (2018) Sujet du message: 11 reasons West Ham are making a big mistake with David Moye
West Ham United are reportedly set to extend David Moyes' contract and give him full control of transfers.
West Ham co-owners 3mbet David Sullivan and David Gold and their vice-chairman Karren Brady were full of promises to fans ahead of their move to the former Olympic Stadium.
But two forgettable seasons later they are in uproar and protesting for change.
Terrible recruitment is at the crux of problems which have left fans disgruntled over what they feel are broken promises when it comes to West Ham's dealings in the transfer market and their big move to Stratford.
Recruitment has been so poor that Sullivan has pledged to rip up West Ham's transfer process in a root and branch restructure this summer.
The Times reports that David Moyes will not only be appointed long-term but will also be handed complete control of transfers with Sullivan taking a step back.
But given Moyes' questionable track record in the transfer market are the Hammers set to make a huge mistake just to appease supporters who are sick of Sullivan's involvement?
Of course for every bad signing a manager will point to a successful one.
But Moyes will more than likely be working with a small budget if he does stay on this summer and his options both in terms of quality and the number of players realistically available to him will be limited.
And the Scot has not fared well in the modern transfer market.
Moyes signed the likes of Darron Gibson, Victor Anichebe, Joleon Lescott and Steven Pienaar not once but twice, the second time around when they were without question well past their best.
He splashed out nearly £30 million to bring Marouane Fellaini to a Manchester United side built on freeflowing attacking football for the last 30 years having previously signing him for Everton.
Adnan Januzaj failed to make the grade under Moyes at Old Trafford but he still saw fit to sign him for both Sunderland and Real Sociedad, where he flopped.
Bryan Oviedo was signed twice for Everton and then Sunderland while Saidy Janko (pictured above) surely ranks as one of his worst ever, the Swiss becoming a deadline day 3mbet capture at Old Trafford but failing to ever make an appearance for the Red Devils. He's now playing for Saint Etienne in France via Bolton, Celtic and Barnsley.
Even at West Ham Moyes has proved giving him money to spend is a big risk.
In January he was only able to bring in the inconsistent Joao Mario on loan from Inter Milan, 37-year-old Patrice Evra on a free transfer and little known Jordan Hugill for a mind-boggling £8 million from Preston. Hugill has managed just 15 minutes of action in the three months since.
The fact Moyes so often turns to players he has already managed previously suggests he does not have the contacts or wherewithal to attract other quality players. 3mbet
Is this really the man West Ham fans want spending the club's money?