Richard Keys has posted a hilarious video of what David Moyes did on the West Ham bench during the superb win over Brighton.
Goals from James Ward-Prowse, Michail Antonio and Jarrod Bowen and some brilliant defensive discipline and goalkeeping secured a deserved 3-1 win by the seaside for West Ham.
Roberto De Zerbi has – rightly – been praised to high heaven for what he is achieving at Brighton and the style of football.
After opening the season with back-to-back 4-0 wins, many tipped Brighton to continue their fine form against a West Ham side that won just three league games away from home last season.
This new-look Hammers side looks to be made of much sterner stuff, though.
West Ham unashamedly surrendered possession to their hosts as David Moyes put on a tactical masterclass to shoot the Seagulls out of the sky.
Michail Antonio said Moyes’ tactics ‘worked perfectly’ when speaking on TV after the game.
But it was something else that was spotted on TV that will have West Ham fans in stitches this evening.
Moyes was busy trying to reorganise West Ham tactically with assistant Billy McKinlay.
As we often see when players and managers are speaking near the TV cameras, they cover their mouths so people cannot see what they are saying.
Now Richard Keys has posted a hilarious video of what Moyes did on the West Ham bench during the superb win over Brighton.
Because Moyes had his hand on the wrong side of his mouth, covering his words from McKinlay rather than the watching cameras!
“You’re supposed to be hiding what you’re saying from us David – not your own bench,” Keys said alongside the video, which you can see in the post below.
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