‘He is becoming the poster boy for working from home’: West Ham fans quick to point out change of fortune with David Moyes back in the dugout as Spurs score three quick goals after big wins while he was self-isolating
West Ham made a dreadful start to Sunday’s clash with Tottenham and fans were quick to suggest that David Moyes’ return to the dugout was the reason for it.
The 57-year-old had missed the club’s last four games after testing positive for Covid-19 along with Issa Diop and Josh Cullen last month.
He had been working from home during that time and supporters took to social media to joke that he should have stayed there after the Hammers went 3-0 down after 16 minutes at Spurs.
West Ham made a dreadful start to Sunday’s clash with Tottenham, quickly going 3-0 down
The hammers won both of their Premier League games during Moyes’ absence, thrashing Wolves 4-0 and Leicester 3-0.
‘Two games sat on his sofa, six points,’ wrote one fan on Twitter. ’20 minutes back in the dugout – 3-0 down.’
‘David Moyes is becoming the poster boy for working from home here,’ another tweeted.
However, the jokes didn’t last for too long was West Ham pulled off a stunning comeback with three goals in the final 10 minutes, Manuel Lanzini netting the equaliser with a sensational strike with virtually the last kick of the game.