May 26, 2024

Former West Ham defender Anton Ferdinand has commented on what the future holds for David Moyes at the London Stadium as talk of the sack continues for the Scot.

Pressure has been building on the West Ham United manager following a four-game winless streak in the Premier League, although this was halted by a dramatic late victory over Nottingham Forest before the recent break.

Despite David Moyes leading the club to Europa Conference League success last season and holding a commendable ninth position in the Premier League, certain segments of the West Ham fanbase have been vocal about a change in leadership.

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West Ham also finds themselves in a promising position in the Europa League group stage, topping their group with two games remaining.

Ferdinand, a former player for West Ham with 163 appearances between 2003-2008, believes Moyes has earned the right to complete the current season. Ferdinand expressed his sentiments on talkSPORT, stating that despite the contemporary trend of swift managerial changes, Moyes, having delivered a trophy to West Ham, deserves the opportunity to see the season through on his own terms.

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Moyes, focused on guiding the team through various competitions, has refrained from discussing his future at the moment. West Ham is set to face Burnley in the Premier League after the international break, followed by a Europa League encounter against Backa Topola in Serbia five days later.

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