West Ham United could replace David Moyes with ex-Chelsea boss Graham Potter at the end of the season.
According to a report from The Telegraph, the West Ham owners are eyeing up a move to bring Graham Potter to the London Stadium if and when David Moyes is eventually moved on – most probably at the end of this season.
However, winning the Europa Conference League will be a necessity if the Scot is to remain in charge at the London Stadium.
And it seems as though those rumours are refusing to go away…
West Ham eyeing Graham Potter as David Moyes replacement
The 47-year-old former Chelsea boss is firmly on the Hammers owners’ radar according to a report from The Telegraph.
The Evening Standard described Potter as a ‘visionary’ when he took over at Chelsea but unfortunately for him, things didn’t work out for him at Stamford Bridge.
I believe that the ex-Brighton and Blues boss would be a brilliant appointment for West Ham, that’s in spite of his struggles over the past eight months.
The 47-year-old worked miracles at Brighton and in fairness to him, he did a decent job at Chelsea until Todd Boehly started spending money like it was going out of fashion on players the manager hasn’t even asked for. Either way, he wasn’t given the time for his footballing philosophy to manifest into results on the pitch.
Potter’s style of football is uniquely brilliant and captivating to watch. It is a complicated system though, so we will have to give him time for his ideas to bed in, if he is indeed named as the new West Ham manager.
Graham Potter is the man we need at West Ham, if we are to make genuine progress as a club over the next decade.
However, whether Moyes manages to make it impossible to sack him by achieving European glory this season remains to be seen.
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