According to Robbie Savage, the West Ham United board should display patience and refrain from dismissing manager David Moyes during this season, as relays the WHZ.
In the Daily Mirror print edition, Savage stated that West Ham United is not immune to being relegated to the Championship. Savage also admitted that if the club were to create a profile of a manager to rescue them from relegation difficulties, it would closely resemble Moyes himself.
He wrote: “West Ham are not too good to go down and if anyone thinks otherwise they have fallen into that trap before,” said Savage as quoted by the Daily Mirror print edition (25 February, pg.63).
“Manager David Moyes is said to be under pressure, but who would they turn to if they sacked him? If they built an identikit replacement of the man needed to keep them up, it would be someone like David Moyes.
“If the club owners hold their nerve, I believe they will reach safety because Moyes has been here before and knows what to do in a tight corner.”
Nevertheless, if West Ham United were to lose to Nottingham Forest at the London Stadium today, it would likely mark the end of Moyes’ time in charge of the team in East London.