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Posted November 08, 2017

The defending for Liverpool's first goal on Saturday evening - from a West Ham corner - would not have looked out of place down the road on Hackney Marshes.

West Ham have had a dire start to the new season and a change was certainly needed for the club to start heading in the right direction.

While it seems very much like David Moyes being appointed as the new manager of West Ham is the worst kept secret in football, the man himself is remaining tight-lipped, and that's despite the best efforts of Richard Keys and Andy Gray.

Moyes has been out of work since May, when he resigned as Sunderland manager after the club's relegation to the Championship.

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"I've always said I want to go back into club management", Moyes said in an interview with TV channel Bein Sports on Sunday, when speculation was rife about Bilic's imminent departure.

Moyes has only been handed a short contract of six months to see if he is the right man to lead West Ham forward, and the 54-year-old admitted that he was okay with penning a deal of that length given the circumstances.

West Ham has won only two of its 11 matches in the Premier League and is in third-to-last place heading into the two-week worldwide break.

The Scot spoke exclusively to talkSPORT on Tuesday lunchtime after signing a contract to succeed Slaven Bilic as Hammers boss.

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He added: "We need somebody with experience, knowledge of the Premier League and the players in it, and we believe David can get the best out of the players. It's a big job we have in hand now but I'm sure with everybody together we can get the right results between now and the end of the season".

Bilic's assistants, Nikola Jurcevic, Edin Terzic, Julian Dicks and Miljenko Rak, have also left the club with immediate effect but goalkeeping coach Chris Woods appears to have been retained.

Bilic is the fourth manager to lose his job in the Premier League after Frank De Boer (Crystal Palace), Craig Shakespeare (Leicester) and Ronald Koeman (Everton).

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