West Ham co-owner David Gold has taken to Twitter to reveal new Hammers boss David Moyes's plan to bring in Alan Irvine as his number two.
The east London outfit parted ways with Manuel Pellegrini on Saturday night after a 2-1 defeat to Leicester City.
The Chilean was immediately replaced by David Moyes.
West Ham are in real trouble at the moment. They are currently sitting in 17th spot in the Premier League table, just one point clear of the drop zone.
David Moyes has his work cut-out, if he is to guide the Hammers away from trouble over the next few weeks and months.
And not many West Ham Fans have faith in the Scot's ability to do so.
It is a common misconception that Moyes had a good record last time he was in charge of the Hammers. The 56-year-old kept them up because there were three terrible teams below them.
West Ham won just eight out of the 27 Premier League games that Moyes took charge of from November 2017 to May 2018.
It really does seem like a backward step for the Hammers. But it is what it is.
Gold took to Twitter this evening and outlined Moyes's plan to bring in Irvine as his number two:
I met with David Moyes at the training ground today. He is hugely enthusiastic about the challenges ahead and is looking forward to bringing in the experienced Alan Irvine as his number two. dg pic.twitter.com/XTn74iR1Ew
— David Gold (@davidgold) December 30, 2019
And that will be another blow for the West Ham fans. It is hardly a forward-thinking approach from the Scot and the Hammers.
Only time will tell, however, whether the club have made the right decision.
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