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    06 June 2023

    West Ham Manager David Moyes confident of future success

    West Ham Boss David Moyes Aims to Lift First Significant Silverware at Europa Conference League Final Against Fiorentina

    In what could be the continuation of a journey rather than the end of his time at West Ham, manager David Moyes prepares for his first European final in over two decades. The Premier League club will take on Serie A side Fiorentina in the Europa Conference League final and Moyes believes that “the best is yet to come.”

    A Thrilling Experience for an Experienced or Younger Manager

    Moyes acknowledges that reaching a final is one of the pinnacles in football and being able to participate in it brings him immense pleasure. Despite not winning any significant silverware since their FA Cup triumph in 1980, West Ham can bring an end to a season filled with ups and downs by clinching this title.

    Not Planning on Leaving Anytime Soon

    Moyes still has another year left on his contract with West Ham, despite some fans calling for his exit due to criticism during a heavy defeat against Brighton last March. Even though there are new vacancies available such as Celtic after Ange Postecoglou’s departure for Tottenham, he confirmed his intention to remain committed towards achieving bigger things.

    Loyal Family Support During His Biggest Night In Football

    Moye’s biggest night yet will not be lonely as he receives loyal family support from his dad who plans on watching the match from a local pub. He also expresses how pleasing it feels when seeing your children becoming successful – something many parents can relate to.

    A Special Night for Tomas Soucek and Vladimir Coufal

    The night could be even more special for midfielder Tomas Soucek and defender Vladimir Coufal, who are both Czech internationals playing at a stadium they are familiar with from their time together at Slavia Prague.

    For Moyes, the game marks his “biggest night” in football but he remains grounded by saying that winning this title won’t make him a legendary figure at West Ham. However, if they do win it will undoubtedly mark a significant moment in the club’s history.

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