West Ham could sack Moyes by January if things do not improve, according to Joseph Barton.
We are always told that experience is A Good Thing. But sometimes experience makes you stale.
Moyes doesn't "know the history and the reasons" for West Ham fans booing during his first game. Well...
"Some big players with big reputations disappointed me a lot," says Moyes. So fill in the blanks.
David Moyes says West Ham will 'try and find a way to win'. That's reassuring.
The West Ham job already feels like a final failed grasp for relevance from David Moyes. Oh dear.
Oh, and Virgil van Dijk facing Liverpool. It's actually a sodding huge weekend, looking at it.
LMA chief Richard Bevan issues a defence of yer Redknapps, yer Allardyces, yer Hodgsons...
Stuart Pearce is Moyes' new West Ham assistant. There's a reason they call him Psycho, to be fair.
All three have copped flak recently. Plus: Female managers, and playing next goal winner in Yukon...
There is nothing more dangerous than a man with something to prove. But will it cause an implosion?
Are any of these lot available in January? Here are the key men for David Moyes over the last 15 years...
You'd think David Moyes is not in a position where West Ham have to make him promises, but hey?
Mails on British managers, Moyes at Manchester United, international football and Jose to PSG...
Ancelotti? Don't be silly. Also in the Mailbox: the Jose novelty has faded, and the game that ruined him...
David Moyes has the fourth-most wins, third-most losses and third-most draws as a Prem manager.
That it is, David. That it is. Moyes says he has "a point to prove" at West Ham. Again, spot on.
Slaven Bilic was popular, but worries over fitness and Julian Dicks leading shooting drills were his downfall.
Mails on Moyes, Mourinho, Cornish football, swearing, refereeing and Wenger's bitching...
David Moyes has two years left on the contract he signed at Man United in 2013. Good luck, West Ham.
It's fair to say that former West Ham striker Dean Ashton is not impressed with the Moyes move.
And it's his friend. Oh and Brendan Rodgers could manage Manchester United and more...
West Ham have parted ways with Slaven Bilic. David Moyes is expected to replace him. Eurgh.
Sam Allardyce is an especially large albatross around British football’s aching neck. But he is not alone.
Wenger, Mourinho, Morata, Crouch, Dyche, Huddersfield, Southampton, Moyes, Pulis, Bilic. Busy...
"If it becomes available, yes, but at the moment it's not available." Cheers for that, Dave.
In yet another blow for British managers, West Ham want a David Moyes-Phil Neville dream team.
Think things are bad at Everton? Well David Moyes is being lined up to replace Ronald Koeman.
The only thing everyone agrees on with Leicester is that Nigel Pearson is not coming home.
Moyes adds that he looked at signing Nemanja Matic for Man United. Fellaini was his last option.
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