Martin Keown revealed that David Moyes hasn’t improved West Ham in his three games in charge and has said relegation looks very likely.
After watching the Hammers’ 4-0 defeat to Everton on BT Sport, the retired defender gave a pessimistic view on West Ham’s future in the Premier League.
The 51-year-old shared that he believes West Ham players will be looking at the table asking if “there’s a worse team than us that can fall into that bottom three”.
Keown went on to say he’s “not sure there is”.
The Hammers are 18th with 10 points from 14 games, and that has left them two points adrift of West Bromwich Albion who are just above the relegation zone.
Keown then went on to question whether Moyes had improved things at the club, before answering his own question with a brutally short answer: “No.”
Keown said questions should be asked about his appointment and that the second half of Moyes’ career in management “doesn’t look good.”
Things aren’t likely to get any easier for Moyes and his West Ham side as they face several tough games in a row, against Manchester City, Chelsea and Arsenal.