Thank you Moyesiah for everything you’ve done for West Ham

We can never repay Moyes for the memories he's given us.

David Moyes (West Ham manager) at the Brentford v West Ham United EPL match, at The G-Tech Stadium, Brentford, London, UK on 4th November, 2023.

We have a lot to be thankful to David Moyes for and I was pleased he got a good send off after the Luton game. It feels like a lifetime ago that Moyes first joined us back in November 2017, replacing Slaven Bilic in a bid to avoid relegation, and he steered us to a 13th-placed finish.

Then he returned in December 2019 to again help us avoid the drop before staying on to help us secure three top half finishes and our first major trophy in 40 years. Thinking about some of the players that he’s brought in, Soucek and Bowen were two arrivals in his first transfer window that have had a huge impact on our recent history.

I’ll also never forget that feeling when we secured European football after a sixth-placed finish and then going to our first game under the lights on a Thursday night. The first of many, not that we knew this at the time, and it was that season that provided one of the greatest atmosphere’s I have ever experienced.

Sevilla were highly tipped to win the competition and came into the second leg 1-0 up, but up stepped Tomas Soucek and Andriy Yarmolenko. Limbs. Then arguably my favourite Moyes moment was beating Lyon 3-0 away from home, and him coming out after the game to a great reception.

Our Conference League campaign the following season was perfect from start to finish, and ended with a memorable night in Prague. David, from the bottom of my heart, thank you for everything you have done for this football club. We can never repay you as fans for the memories you’ve given us.

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