David Gold has congratulated David Moyes via Twitter ahead of West Ham v Genk in the Europa League on Thursday night.
It will be a historic night for Moyes as it will be his 1000th game in charge of his professional managerial career.
Along with that, West Ham are also looking to be the first English club in UEFA Europa League history to win their opening four group-stage matches without conceding a goal.
Via his personal Twitter account, Gold said, “David Moyes is targeting yet more records as he prepares to manage his 1,000th senior match this evening.
“Fresh from leading WHU to a record PL points total and wins tally last season, the manager has guided the on a record 8 match unbeaten run away from home. Well done David.”
What a manager
The reappointment of Moyes was greeted with plenty of scepticism and it felt that the club were going backwards by bringing him back.
However, in a few months, he managed to silence his critics, and since then, it’s only been smooth sailing for the Scotsman.
He’s helped take this club from strength to strength and now they’re on the cusp of breaking a Europa League record.
In such a short while, he’s transformed the identity of this football club and has made them a force to be reckoned with.
Despite everything going on behind the scenes, Moyes has still managed to deliver the results and has ensured that most players that have walked through the door have strengthened this side.
Recruitment has certainly improved under him and we cannot wait to see how far he takes the Hammers.
In other West Ham news, a Hammers first-team player is set to be transfer listed ahead of a January exit
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