West Ham manager David Moyes signs a bumper new three-year deal to stay at the London Stadium after leading the Hammers to European football
Moyes had been linked with the vacant manager position at former club EvertonBut the London side have formally confirmed Moyes will be staying with themSportsmail first reported on Thursday he had agreed in principle to remain Scot will stay for another three seasons after qualifying for the Europa LeagueHe made the cut for a five-man shortlist for Premier League manager of the year
West Ham have confirmed manager David Moyes has signed a new three-year contract at the club.
Moyes returned to West Ham in December 2019 after leaving the club 18 months earlier and led the Hammers to a magnificent sixth-placed finish in the Premier League, securing Europa League qualification in the process.
West Ham have finally confirmed manager David Moyes has signed a new three-year contract
Sportsmail had first reported on Thursday that Moyes had agreed in principle to remain in East London, but the new contract is now officially rubber-stamped.
The 58-year-old had a highly successful 11-year spell with Everton, but was sacked less than a season after replacing Sir Alex Ferguson as Manchester United manager.
He was then dismissed after a poor spell with Spanish side Real Sociedad, and resigned as Sunderland boss after getting relegated, before joining West Ham in November 2017 with the side in the relegation zone.
Moyes kept them up but left the club at the end of his six-month contract, with fans frustrated due to his perceived negative, unambitious and defensive style of play.
It was a surprise when he got another chance at the Hammers after Manuel Pellegrini’s unsuccessful spell, but he has fully vindicated that decision with a remarkable managerial performance this season.
More to follow.