By Tam McManus

11th Nov, 2022 | 4:52pm

Pundit predicts 'everything will change' imminently at West Ham after David Moyes latest

West Ham should not sack David Moyes due to a lack of appropriate available replacements.

That’s according to former Hibernian striker Tam McManus, speaking exclusively to Football Insider about the Irons’ form.

West Ham crashed out of the League Cup on penalties to Blackburn Rover on Wednesday (9 November).

This comes after a poor start to the season which sees the Hammers sat 15th in the Premier League, just two points off the relegation zone.

McManus can’t believe fans could be calling for Moyes to be sacked after this latest poor result.

“You just have to look at one thing,” McManus told Football Insider‘s Ben Wild.

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“Who is out there who can replace him? There isn’t anyone available who could be doing a better job at West Ham.

“Yes, it has been a poor start to the season but everything will change after the World Cup. It is a complete restart.

“Most of their players aren’t going to go so it will essentially be pre-season for them. It’s a tight league and by February they could be right up there again.

“The owners have to show faith in him now. Who else is there, seriously? Why bring more instability?”

West Ham’s final Premier League game before the World Cup comes against Leicester City on Saturday (12 November).

They could move up to 11th place with a win.

In other news, an ex-Fifa official has claimed Gianluca Scamacca should be getting an extended ban after West Ham controversy missed by BBC cameras.