David Moyes will not be sacked as West Ham boss

David Moyes, the manager of West Ham United, says he has "no doubt" that the club's board of directors will continue to support him publicly, even though West Ham United lost 5-1 to Newcastle United on Wednesday.

West Ham will play Fulham this weekend. The match will be live on K24 Tv. K24 will air Fulham vs West Ham live. 

Most of the home team's fans left the stadium before the final whistle, while those who stayed loudly criticised the team for only getting two shots on goal.

West Ham is in 15th place with 27 points, which is three spots higher than the last spot in the relegation zone.

Everton, Nottingham Forest, and Bournemouth are all tied for 16th place with 27 points, but Moyes's team has played one more game and has a worse goal difference than the other two teams. Everton is in 17th place, while Bournemouth is in 18th place.

When Moyes was asked if he thought the board should contemplate instituting a shift in management, he said, "There is no question in my mind that they are following me." 

"I have faith in both the way we do things here and what they have to say."

The former manager of Manchester United accepted responsibility for his team's loss and recognised the increasing amount of pressure that was being placed on him.

"I genuinely enjoy my work here. I appreciate the company I work for and have had a fantastic experience throughout my tenure here. I am crossing my fingers that the not-too-distant future has a few significant days ahead."

The Scottish head coach is coming under growing pressure at the London Stadium as a result of the fact that the Hammers are just one goal above the relegation zone.

Moyes will now prepare the players for Saturday's match against Fulham, which will take place a short distance across London.

December 2019 saw David Moyes' return to West Ham United for the second time as manager of the club. Moyes previously held managerial positions at Manchester United and Everton.

His first regular-season game in command saw the team finish in sixth place, and then the next season he led a surprise run towards a top-four slot, but they ended up stumbling late in the season and finishing in seventh place.

Despite the fact that their European campaign has been going well and the quarterfinals of the Europa Conference League are scheduled to be played against Gent, their domestic record has struggled.

Unbelievably, West Ham has only won three games since the World Cup, and their downward spiral into the Championship is becoming an increasingly scary prospect.

The Hammers have only scored 26 times so far this season, and even the addition of an experienced attacker who has played in the Premier League, Danny Ings, has not helped them improve their scoring.

The club also has a nightmare schedule because they have to play Liverpool, Arsenal, Manchester City, and Manchester United.

They also have to play Bournemouth, Leicester, and Leeds, who are all fighting to stay up. All of these challenges are on top of their work in Europe and their games against teams fighting to stay up.

There are upcoming games against Brentford, Fulham, and Crystal Palace for the struggling team under Moyes' management.

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