West Ham are doing their very best to ensure the official banter club of the Premier League.
After sacking Slaven Bilic – a popular figure at the club whose results let him down towards the end – they’ve moved to replace him with none other than David Moyes.
The Hammers confirmed the appointment this morning after Bilic was sacked on Monday.
The club turned to Moyes after being snubbed by the likes of Carlo Ancelotti and Sean Dyche in recent weeks.
Bilic had overseen a terrible start to the season, with West Ham sitting in the Premier League relegation zone after just two wins from their opening 11 games.
The writing had been on the wall for Bilic for some time after a 3-0 home defeat to Brighton last month.
And that was compounded by another terrible display in the 4-1 loss against Liverpool on Saturday evening.
Bilic penned an emotional goodbye to the club he also represented as a player.
Moyes has been out of work since getting relegated with Sunderland last season, which followed forgettable spells at both Manchester United and Real Sociedad.