What Moyes was spotted repeatedly saying to West Ham fans during lap of honour after Leeds as excitement builds ahead of European Final

What David Moyes was spotted repeatedly saying to West Ham fans during the lap of honour after Leeds as excitement builds.

There is no hiding the fact that the relationship between some West Ham fans and David Moyes was fractured this season.
With better, more attack-minded performances and results to allay any relegation fears, tensions have eased.

And after West Ham secured their place in a first European final for 47 years, the manager has felt the love of the fanbase again.
Speculation continues to swirl over Scot’s future but he’s living in the now
But speculation remains rife over the Scot’s future at West Ham beyond this season.
Moyes, though, seems very much focused on the here and now.

The Hammers came from behind once again to beat Leeds 3-1 in the last home game of the season at the London Stadium.

The season finale against Leicester is up next.

But everyone at West Ham now only has eyes for the Europa Conference League final against Fiorentina on June 7th.
What David Moyes was spotted repeatedly saying to West Ham fans during lap of honour after Leeds as excitement builds
Including the manager.

This is what Moyes was spotted repeatedly saying to West Ham fans during the lap of honour after Leeds as excitement builds.

As the players, staff and their loved ones walked around the London Stadium pitch for the “lap of appreciation” Moyes could be seen repeatedly gesturing to the fans in the stands.

The Hammers boss was signalling the number one with his finger and saying “one more” several times over.
“One more” win from glory signals Moyes
He wasn’t referring to the last game at Leicester or to the fact he has one more year on his contract.

But he clearly meant West Ham are “one more” win away from glory as Prague looms on the horizon.

Not only would lifting the Conference League end a 43-year major trophy drought for West Ham, it would also seal qualification for next season’s Europa League.

It’s so close we can almost taste it.


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