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Europa Conference League final: West Ham boss David Moyes says ‘best is yet to come’

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West Ham’s David Moyes eagerly awaits ‘the best is yet to come’ from his team as they face the most pivotal moment of his managerial career, the Europa Conference League final.

With an experience of 25 years under his belt, Moyes prepares for his first European final. The West Ham boss is all set to compete against Fiorentina, a Serie A team, for a chance at his first major trophy.

Moyes, aged 60, sees this match in Prague as a key milestone in the club’s journey rather than the culmination of his time at the Premier League club.

“Being in a European final is exhilarating,” stated Moyes. “For a manager, reaching a final represents a zenith in football. This is just the beginning. I’m relishing my time here and I always maintain that the best is yet to come.”

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Despite a season marked with challenges, a win at this game could put a splendid finale. West Ham last tasted victory with their FA Cup win in 1980. Their only European triumph was the Cup Winners’ Cup in 1965, with a team that featured legends such as Bobby Moore, Geoff Hurst, and Martin Peters, who went on to win the World Cup the following year.

Despite the recent lack of trophies, some fans suggest that even a win should signal the end of Moyes’ time at the club.

Having a year remaining in his current contract, Moyes affirmed his commitment to West Ham in a recent interview with the London Evening Standard, disregarding criticisms and his rumored association with Celtic following Ange Postecoglou’s move to Tottenham.

“We’ve made too much progress to quit now,” he affirmed.

Moyes won’t be alone in the Eden Arena, with its capacity of 20,000. His family, including his 87-year-old father, David Sr, will be there to lend their support. However, he jests that his father might be more interested in visiting the pub.

Moyes is candid about the magnitude of the game but dismisses the idea that a win would elevate him to legendary status within the club. However, this could be a reality if they win.

For players like Tomas Soucek and Vladimir Coufal, the final in Prague could be even more memorable given their previous association with Slavia Prague.

Soucek shared his excitement, saying, “I’ve always felt at home in this stadium. Now that we’ve made it here, I can connect the two teams I love.”

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JamieSportsFan June 6, 2023 - 10:13 pm

This is huge for West Ham, ain’t it? Hope Moyes pulls it off, the guy deserves a break. And can’t wait to see Soucek on home ground, gonna be epic!

Hammers4ever June 6, 2023 - 10:13 pm

Moyes is the man! Been saying it from the start. Hope he proves the doubters wrong! West Ham till I die.

SoccerGuru June 6, 2023 - 10:13 pm

if they win this, it’s massive for the club. Major silverware after decades. Best of luck to them!

FootieLover23 June 6, 2023 - 10:13 pm

Bit nervous for this one, not gonna lie. Moyes has his work cut out for him, Fiorentina ain’t a walk in the park.

PremLeagueFanatic June 6, 2023 - 10:13 pm

We need this win, end of. For the fans, for the players, for Moyes. Its a big night. C’mon you Hammers!


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