'Get rid and take a loss', 'Sunday League' – Everton fans destroy one player in loss v West Ham
17 May, 2018, 03:05
The Portuguese boss is the early front-runner to succeed David Moyes after he jetted to Luton and was joined by super agent Jorge Mendes at Sullivan's multi-million pound Essex mansion.
West Ham have wasted no time in searching for a replacement for David Moyes after meeting Shakhtar Donetsk manager Paulo Fonseca on Monday. "I don't think there is a long period (to settle in)".
West Ham should make a final decision regarding Moyes later this week, with sources from inside the club putting his chances of staying at 'less than 25%'. "I go back to when I took over and was trying to get results by hook or by crook, there was a lot more structure today".
"Look, whatever way it comes around, we have - and I say we because I mean my staff, Alan Irvine, (Stuart) Pearcey and Billy (McKinlay), they are all with me in the same situation - played well, improved from the start of the season no end". We will meet and talk I think this week.
As Sportsmail revealed last weekend, Moyes was nearly certainly taking his last game in charge of the London club when he guided them to victory against Everton on Sunday. We've not arranged a date, not arranged a time.
Moyes' opposite number Sam Allardyce spent just three and a half minutes summarising his thoughts on the game to reporters, and rebuffed questions about Wayne Rooney's future amid rumours the former England striker is set to join DC United in MLS.