Uncategorised Moyes Short Of Words After Huge Loss To Arsenal

After his team surrendered to Arsenal 6-0 at home in the Premier League on Sunday, West Ham United manager David Moyes was at a loss for words.

Arsenal led 4-0 at halftime, but hundreds of home supporters departed the London Stadium early, calling the game the joint-worst home league loss in the team’s history.

Even though he was eager to highlight his accomplishments with the team, Moyes could understand their ire.

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“A really poor day for us,” Moyes, who was once in charge of an Everton side that lost 6-1 at home to Arsenal, told reporters.

“Very difficult to explain how we played so poorly.”
Even while not all supporters agree with their approach, West Ham has taken satisfaction in being difficult to beat under Moyes, and they won the UEFA Conference League the previous year.

After this loss, his detractors will probably be more vocal, yet his team is still in the final 16 of the Europa League and sits seventh in the table.

As a football fan, one must expect to experience setbacks occasionally.

Especially this club, who people know a lot more about than me — I came back twice to keep them out of relegation,” the Scot said.

“It was only three months ago when we were having probably the best time West Ham have ever had.

“Let’s be fair, probably the last three years have been as good a time as West Ham have had.

“We’ve had a terrible day today.

“So I understand them, totally, in leaving. Sometimes at football clubs you’re going to have bad days.

“Today we had a bad day. But I certainly won’t forget the good ones.”

Given that West Ham had defeated Arsenal twice earlier this season, the outcome on Sunday was even more unexpected.

Today, I thought maybe we could have Arsenal’s number — but it was far, far from that,” Moyes said.


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