West Ham manager absent from training

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West Ham confirmed sacking of David Moyes this summer. David Moyes will be sacked despite winning silverware for West Ham. The main reason of sacking was said to be slow style of play of the manager. West Ham have now announced Julen Lopetegui as replacement for David Moyes. Lopetegui who managed to save Wolves from relegation is a well known face in England. However prior to his sacking David Moyes was absent from the team’s training session. This brings many speculations on the West Ham manager.

Earlier today Claret and Hugh posted a report suggesting that David Moyes had not conducted training at Rush Green. It is also stated that a fitness coach was instead leading the West Ham players through their paces ahead of Saturday’s home game against Luton.

The reason of absence of West Ham manager

We have now learned that Moyes did, in fact, lead training today. The initial confusion arose because the usually punctual Moyes was running late and missed the beginning of the session. This unfortunate coincidence was notable given the stories about Moyes working twelve-hour days starting at 7 am. These stories emerged over the weekend.

Many of Moyes closest associates have been keen to point out how the hard working Scotsman is often first to arrive and last to leave the training ground. It’s understood that one of the Hammers’ fitness staff had to step in and lead the training session today in Moyes’ absence. It’s unclear why Billy McKinlay, John Heitinga or Kevin Nolan couldn’t stand in for the session whilst Moyes was hurrying to work.

Now that it’s confirmed that David Moyes is leaving fans believe he deserve a proper farewell. West Ham United’s match against Manchester City can be his last match with the club. Moyes did a pretty well job with West Ham giving them silverware as well.

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