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West Ham have reportedly made the decision to end their association with manager David Moyes.

West Ham has reportedly made the decision to part ways with manager David Moyes following their crushing 5-0 defeat against Chelsea. Mauricio Pochettino’s team dominated the match, with Nicolas Jackson scoring twice in the second half.

The loss was a stark reminder of West Ham’s defensive frailties, as they struggled to contain Chelsea’s attacks. Observers noted that the Hammers were lucky not to concede more goals given their defensive lapses.

This defeat added to West Ham’s already disappointing defensive record for the season, having conceded a total of 70 goals in the Premier League, marking their highest conceding rate under Moyes’ leadership.

Football journalist Fabrizio Romano confirmed the club’s decision to part ways with Moyes, revealing that talks were ongoing with potential replacements, including Julen Lopetegui, who had been approached earlier in the week. Romano’s post indicated that West Ham had already planned to replace Moyes before the Chelsea game, solidifying their intentions for the upcoming season.

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