Simon Jordan has warned West Ham fans they don’t know how well they get on with David Moyes.
Moyes, who won the Europa Conference League with the Hammers last season, is in the midst of a disastrous run of form. They are without a win in seven games and were beaten 6-0 at home to Arsenal last time out.
This result saw a number of supporters turn against the Scot, despite his success in giving them their first major European trophy last season.
Summing up the frustrations at the London Stadium, talkSPORT caller Steph said: “Things need to change. We have a defensive manager, but we have just scored six goals, three at United and five at Fulham, and we were also knocked out of the FA Cup by Bristol City.
“The main problem is our defensive duo of (Nayef) Aguerd and (Kurt) Zouma, especially Zouma who is not fit to play and thank God he was hooked otherwise it could have been nine (9-0 ).
“If you score goals your defense is a problem, and it depends on Moyes who picks the team, he can’t always blame the players.
Prompting for a response from former Crystal Palace owner turned talkSPORT host Jordan, she continued: “Simon, in business, if you have something like Marks & Spencer or John Lewis, do they stand up at a shareholders’ meeting and say: “sorry, our results are so poor this financial year, but three years ago we made a profit”?
“No. It doesn’t happen in business and shouldn’t happen in football, but we can’t continue to rely on the past.
Jordan replied: “You can give David Moyes the context though and look back and say we beat Arsenal and Man United 2-0, he can give you the context on Europe and league position, which What you do is look at the last month, and the results you get, whether you like the way you play or not, are indisputable.
“If you look at the next four games, and you might have a row if you fail to get a result against (Nottingham) Forest, Brentford, Everton and Burnley, then your noise will get a lot louder.”
Caller Steph added: “You can expect more of the same unless the board looks at what’s going on we’re going to slide down the table and it’s going to be mediocrity in the middle of the table, we will come up against someone we are not. wait in Europe and be eliminated.
“It’s time to move on and thank him for what he has done, he has transformed the team but we have a better caliber of players than before.
“How does (technical director) Tim (Steidten) feel about attracting European talent like (Mohammed) Kudus to West Ham, he sold him a project and then Kudus has to play in a 6-0 defeat, the boy has to wondering what that is. he finished.
Echoing his fellow supporter’s comments, caller Reece also wants Moyes out, but then he dragged Jordan into the trenches in spectacular fashion.
“I was very much Moyes until the end of the year,” he said. “Since we beat Arsenal 2-0 we have been absolutely atrocious. Should an absent player, (Lucas) Paqueta, make such a drastic change to the defense? I think Moyes got away with it.
Jordan replied: “You’re not exactly the biggest team in the Premier League, you’ve got teams like Chelsea who are below you, so what are you talking about?”
“We’re not unimportant in the league like Palace either,” Reece returned.
Jordan then said: “You’re not really a big noise either, the only big noise I hear from West Ham is you complaining about what you don’t have, and you don’t have had been shit for the last 40 years.”
Ending his argument, Reece said: “The only people pushing this narrative are people who don’t watch us, we screw up home games, we get by and rely on Paqueta for a moment of magic, and now he not here anymore. we are introducing ourselves.
And Jordan finished: “Well, let’s hope you West Ham fans get exactly what you deserve.”
Hammers fans may well get what they want as talkSPORT understands talks over a contract extension for Moyes have stalled due to the team’s poor form.