By Paul Robinson

21st Sep, 2022 | 12:36pm

David Moyes now under serious threat of West Ham 'sack' - pundit

Paul Robinson has insisted David Moyes is under threat of the sack at West Ham after a poor start to the campaign despite a big summer expenditure.

The former England goalkeeper, speaking exclusively to Football Insider, suggested the 59-year-old must now make “big decisions” about various selection “issues” all over the pitch.

West Ham fell to a 1-0 away defeat against Everton on Sunday (18 September), leaving them 18th in the table and two points from safety after seven games.

The Irons have now registered just two wins from their last 14 Premier League games.

As per Transfermarkt, the Londoners had the third-highest transfer spend this summer (£163.8million) – as they added eight new faces to their squad.

Robinson insisted the West Ham manager’s “credit in the bank” will mean nothing if they are still in the bottom three in November.

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When asked if Moyes is now under pressure, he told Football Insider: “Yeah, he definitely is.

“You’re under pressure in the Premier League if you go two or three games without a win, let alone getting just two in 14.

“We haven’t seen this sort of expenditure at West Ham for a while, and Moyes has just got a few square pegs in round holes at the moment.

“Scamacca and Antonio, he doesn’t know which one to play and which one to upset. There are a few big issues which need big decisions.

“Without a doubt, he’s under pressure. But he’ll have credit in the bank from previous seasons.

“However, if they’re still in the bottom three come November time – that will mean nothing.

“He’s got to start winning games.”

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