David Moyes quickly lands new job just days after West Ham exit announcement

David Moyes quickly lands new job just days after West Ham exit announcement

David Moyes has already found his next role (Image: 2023 West Ham United FC)

After a productive tenure with the Irons, David Moyes will leave West Ham at the end of the current campaign. He has already secured his first position outside of the London Stadium.

Following the announcement that he will be leaving West Ham at the end of the season, David Moyes has already secured his first position—albeit not in management.

This week, it was announced that the Irons manager would step down ‘by mutual consent’ at the end of 2023–2024, following over four years in command at London Stadium. The former Everton manager has given himself little chance of a break and already has his next move planned.

Moyes is expected to become a member of talkSPORT’s team in order to cover EURO 2024. In an announcement on social media, talkSPORT said, “Give it Moysey for the Euros,” marking their victory. “David Moyes joins the talkSPORT team to provide his expert insight and analysis throughout the tournament.”

This summer, Emmanuel Petit and Ashley Young will be among the Premier League veterans who will offer coverage. TalkSPORT’s team in Germany includes former rivals of Moyes, Alan Pardew and Graeme Souness.

The Scottish manager has pleasant memories of his tenure with West Ham, and his contract with the team expires at the end of the current campaign. The 61-year-old was a part of the team that won its first European championship in nearly 50 years.

“I have had an incredible four and a half years at West Ham, and the Club is in a stronger position than when I came back in 2019,” Moyes remarked. The club was one spot above the relegation zone when I made my second transfer to West Ham, and it has been an amazing journey to play in Europe for three straight seasons.

“We led the team to sixth and seventh place finishes in the Premier League after steering the Club to safety, and I was thrilled when we won the Europa Conference League title in June of last year—the Club’s first major trophy in forty-three years.

“Over the past four and a half years, I would like to thank all of the players for their support and all of their accomplishments. Working with all of you at West Ham has been a real pleasure, and I want to express my gratitude to the Board for allowing me to lead this outstanding Club.

“I extend my best wishes for the future to my eventual successor, the Directors, the players, the staff, the supporters, and every member of the West Ham community.”

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