West Ham face losing key man as club drop down the EPL like a stone

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West Ham just never learn do they.

The East Londoners seem to always take one step back after making two forward, and that way of working is likely to see the collapse of an important internal relationship which could have a marked effect on the club in the immediate future.

With such a loyal fan base that could sell out the London Stadium most weeks, it’s a bit of a head scratcher as to why the Hammers don’t have more money to spend in the transfer windows or conduct their business any better than when they were at Upton Park.

A sleeping giant of the London football scene, they’re destined to never wake up and truly fulfil their potential if they continue to operate in the same manner.

Tim Steidten’s hire was a breath of fresh air for the club, and being able to secure the likes of Mo Kudus and Edson Alvarez hinted at the technical director’s excellence.

However, it’s believed that he’s been consistently met with uneasiness and tension in his dealings with David Moyes.

A lack of togetherness in terms of recruitment is being cited as a reason why Steidten could walk away this summer, with The Guardian (subscription required) suggesting that the 44-year-old German is frustrated with the club and the fact that he’s not been given enough power to do the job as he sees fit.

It would sum the East Londoners up if Steidten has left by the start of next season and Moyes is still in place.

No wins in eight with some heavy defeats to boot would surely tell the hierarchy that it’s time for the manager to go, rather than a man who looks as if he could be integral to the club’s success in the future.

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  1. Moyes is a train wreck . He can’t work with Steidten or manage the players or coach modern tactics . A good manager can coach any squad to play good football . Moyes goes and Steidten stays or else Westham are doomed to mediocrity and relegation battles .

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