West Ham manager David Moyes has been titled ‘Manager of the Season’ so far as ESPN announce the winners of their mid-season awards.
The Hammers manager was named best manager in a post tweeted to ESPN’s official account on 30 December.
Moyes was named alongside Manchester United’s Jadon Sancho who was named ‘Most Disappointing Signing’, Wolves keeper José Sá was awarded ‘Signing of the Season’ and Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah was titled ‘Player of the Season’.
Hammers boss Moyes is surely deserving of this mid-season award with the Scotsman guiding West Ham to a solid fifth-place finish at the turn of the year.
The manager has helped bed in new signings, promote youth and use experienced heads excellently to create a superb dynamic at the club.
This season, Moyes has overseen the continuation of Michail Antonio making his name as a central striker and the bedding in of mega-money recruits Kurt Zouma and Nikola Vlašić.
He has given extended minutes to young defender Ben Johnson and allowed Baptiste, Longelo, Perkins Ashby and Alese minutes in the Europa League.
The stability instilled at the club by Moyes has kept fans smiling this season. A sustained push for a top four finish, great progression in the Europa League and the chance to go far in the FA Cup are always reasons for West Ham supporters to remain happy.
This is certainly a well-deserved award for Moyes as he looks to push his Hammers team even further in the New Year.
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