David Moyes: 'Marko Arnautovic doing a really good job'

David Moyes: 'Marko Arnautovic doing a really good job'

David Moyes: 'Marko Arnautovic doing a really good job'

The Hammers have two weeks off now, and return to action on February 24th with a trip to Anfield to take on Liverpool, and Arnautovic and Hernandez will both have to be at their very best, if they are to have any chance whatsoever of returning to London with anything to show for their efforts.

The Hertfordshire outfit had brushed champions Chelsea aside with alarming ease last time out and firmly believed that they could take another step towards securing their Premier League berth by completing a double over West Ham following a routine 2-0 success at Vicarage Road back in mid-November - incidentally, Moyes' first game in the Hammers hot seat. The harder you work, the better the results.

"I thought we started really well", Moyes said after the game.

"I'm hurt, I know David is hurt and I know the fans are unhappy and that makes me unhappy".

"I know how we got those points - running a lot, and working a lot - and I think this is the key to the future".

Simplicity is as elusive as stability at West Ham, where conspiracy theories flourish, fade and die like the bubbles pumped out in a transparent attempt to maintain at least one club tradition. And we've had a few too many downs and not enough ups. "I hope he stays with us for many, may years and achieves things and wins things".

"There's not that big a points difference between 11th, 10th and ninth".

In a candid interview with West Ham TV about the future of the club, Sullivan added: "I want to speak directly to the supporters and say how important it is that we all pull together during these times". It's great credit to the players. We want to be there because we love the club, we care, we are fans.

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