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David Moyes has the full backing of the West Ham board despite some supporters calling for change amid complaints about his football style.
The 5-0 humiliation at Fulham only added to the criticism, while ‘Moyes Out’ is trending on social media, the club is taking the wider picture into account.
West Ham are ninth in the Premier League and will top their Europa League group as long as they avoid defeat to Freiburg at the London Stadium on Thursday.
They face Bristol City in the third round of the FA Cup and travel to Liverpool for the quarter-finals of the Carabao Cup next week.
David Moyes retains the full support of the West Ham board despite a 5-0 defeat to Fulham
The Hammers are ninth in the Premier League, but were thoroughly outplayed on Sunday
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Asked on Monday whether they still support Moyes despite growing unrest among fans, a senior source said: “One hundred percent.”
Prior to the 5-0 defeat at Fulham, West Ham were unbeaten in their previous four games, including their come-from-behind 2-1 win at Tottenham.
Moyes survived multiple calls for his head last season and secured victories every time he was sacked. West Ham beat Everton 2-0, Nottingham Forest 4-0 and Southampton 1-0 – all matches described as ‘must-wins’.
The Europa Conference League victory over Fiorentina in June saw Moyes enter the final season of his contract, although there was no extension offer.
West Ham are prepared to wait until the end of the season before making a decision on their management situation.