in

Wolves 1-0 West Ham: Hammers lose again and remain in the relegation zone


Wolves’ winner came from a West Ham corner and now David Moyes really is in one.

After seeing Julen Lopetegui’s side fly from back to front to score the game’s only goal, all Moyes can do is wait. Wait and see if that dreaded call comes. Wait and see if he is summoned to a meeting with co-owner David Sullivan. Wait and see if he is in charge for Everton next week.

Moyes walked towards the away end at full time, applauding the supporters who had made the 300-mile, six-hour round trip to Molineux. All he got in return were V-signs and a few remarks not suitable for publication after this seventh successive outing without a win.

Daniel Podence's strike was enough for Wolves to claim victory against West Ham at Molineux

Daniel Podence’s strike was enough for Wolves to claim victory against West Ham at Molineux

Pressure continues to increase on David Moyes's side, who are still in the relegation zone

Pressure continues to increase on David Moyes’s…



Read the Full Article Here Dailymail

Written by Bourbiza Mohamed

A technology enthusiast and a passionate writer in the field of information technology, cyber security, and blockchain

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Yunus Musah expected to stay with Valencia for the rest of the season amid Arsenal, Chelsea interest

Erik ten Hag insists his Man United side are NOT thinking about a title race after derby win