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Leagues Ahead Of Moyes’‘Sideways Move’West Ham Fans Discuss Potential Appointment Of 50 Year Old



‘Leagues Ahead Of Moyes’‘Sideways Move’West Ham Fans Discuss Potential Appointment Of 50 Year Old

West Ham are considering former Leicester City manager Brendan Rodgers as a potential candidate to replace David Moyes, according to reports in England.

While the Hammers have made it to the Conference League final, they have had a disappointing season domestically, finishing in 14th place.

If Moyes’s side end up losing to Fiorentina on Wednesday night, there is a strong possibility that a new manager will be appointed, but fans on Twitter are divided on whether Rodgers should be the man to take the reins at the London Stadium:

Leagues ahead of Moyes in every category, top progressive coach took Liverpool to 2nd and Leicester twice to 5th plus won the FA Cup and Comminity Shield . plays quality football not the unwatchable defensive dross we have all suffered under Moyes. would be a great appointment

— Hebbs (@paul_hebbert) June 2, 2023

Happy with that, i want to see the back of Moyes

— Liam Rowland (@LiamRow62883820) June 3, 2023

Sideways move

— WHU Dan (@WHUDan27) June 2, 2023

Would be a great choice, had to sell a lot of players at the start of the season and wasn’t backed in any signings, plays attack minded football

— David Clements (@clemo132) June 3, 2023

It’d start well but there’s a reason he only ever sticks around for a couple of years.

— James Reading (@JReadingAloud87) June 3, 2023

If it ain’t a top class manager we should keep moyes, just moving sideways

— LeonL (@LeonLuke9) June 2, 2023

No comment till after the final.

— Billy Blagg (@BillyBlaggEsq) June 3, 2023

It’s fair to stay that Rodgers has had a mixed track record as a manager. He guided Liverpool to second, narrowly missing out on the Premier League title in 2014.

His Celtic side were dominant during his spell in Scotland, and his time in charge in Leicester did start off very brightly. However, the wheels did come off at the Foxes and he has to take his fair share of the blame for their relegation this campaign.

Of course, if West Ham do win their first major European trophy in 60 years this week, a change in the dugout is very unlikely, but we shall see how things unfold.


Reece James admits Chelsea ‘will be sad to see Mason Mount go’ amid Man United links

Reece James admits ‘everyone at Chelsea will be sad to see Mason Mount go’ with Manchester United in talks over signing England star they value at £55mMan United are in talks with Chelsea over signing Mason Mount this summerBlues want £85m for the England midfielder, with United pricing him at £55mMount’s Chelsea team-mate James said the club will be sorry to see him go

Published: 12:49 BST, 4 June 2023 | Updated: 12:49 BST, 4 June 2023

Reece James has admitted Chelsea ‘will be sad to see Mason Mount go’ if the England midfielder departs Stamford Bridge as expected this summer.

Manchester United have opened talks with the Blues over signing Mount, who has one year remaining on his contract and looks unlikely to agree a renewal.

However, while United value Mount at around the £55million mark, Chelsea want £85m to sell a player who graduated from their academy.

Arsenal and Liverpool have also been linked with the 24-year-old.

James, who like Mount is at the Spanish Grand Prix in Barcelona this weekend, told Sky Sports: ‘If he goes, everyone will be sad to see him go.’

Reece James (right) admitted everyone at Chelsea will be sad to see Mason Mount (left) go if the midfielder leaves for Manchester United this summer

James was speaking at the Spanish Grand Prix in Barcelona, where several footballers are in attendance for Sunday’s race

Mount presented Red Bull’s Max Verstappen with the pole position trophy after he finished fastest in qualifying on Saturday

“If he goes, everyone will be sad to see him go…”

Reece James when asked about the future of Chelsea teammate Mason Mount ��

— Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) June 4, 2023

Mount has been mulling over his future while on holiday with a group of friends, including his Chelsea team-mate Ben Chilwell, in Spain this week.

He joined Liverpool defender Trent Alexander-Arnold in the Scuderia AlphaTauri garage for Saturday’s qualifying session at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya.

Mount later presented Dutch Red Bull driver Max Verstappen with the pole position award after he qualified fastest for Sunday’s race.

James was interviewed as he strolled along the pit lane ahead of Sunday’s race and insisted Chelsea would improve next season under new manager Mauricio Pochettino after finishing a lowly 12th in the Premier League table.

‘It has been a tough year, we’ve had lots of injuries and we didn’t finish in the best position but hopefully next year is better,’ he said.

‘Everyone is saying he is a great manager. Hopefully next season we find our feet early and we’re a good, strong side.’

But unless he has a last-minute change of heart, they will do so without Mount.

He has agreed personal terms with United but the Premier League rivals remain far apart on price as talks continue.

Mount and Trent Alexander-Arnold watched qualifying from the AlphaTauri garage

Mount with Chelsea interim manager Frank Lampard during a lap of the Stamford Bridge pitch

The midfielder looked emotional amid speculation he will leave Chelsea over the summer

Mount, who missed the final weeks of the season through injury, looked emotional as he joined team-mates on a ‘lap of appreciation’ after Chelsea drew 1-1 with Newcastle United last Sunday.

Team-mate Thiago Silva all but confirmed the certainty of Mount’s exit with a comment under an Instagram post suggesting the player had agreed terms with United.

The Brazil international and Chelsea’s Player of the Year this term posted two sad-faced tearful emojis in the comments, perhaps indicating the mood of the dressing room as they gear up for the departure of one of the core members of the squad.

United manager Erik Ten Hag has identified Mount as one of his priority transfer targets with United chiefs keen to complete early business this summer as they look to avoid the uncertainty of last year’s close-season window.

Pochettino would like Mount to stay at Chelsea, having admired the midfielder for some time.

Thiago Silva made his feelings clear about Mason Mount’s seemingly inevitable departure

Mount, pictured here with Silva (left), is a target for Manchester United this summer

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