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Moyes statistically West Ham's worst


Filed: Wednesday, 25th April 2018
By: Staff Writer


David Moyes is statistically West Ham United's worst-ever full-time manager.

The current managerial incumbent, who took over from Slaven Bilic last November has achieved a win ratio of just 23.53% since succeeding the Croat, who himself departed after two-and-a-half years in the role with a ratio of 38.3%.

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Moyes, who has currently overseen 27 matches, had led the Hammers to just seven wins during that time - against Chelsea, Stoke, West Brom, Huddersfield, Watford, Southampton and Shrewsbury (FA Cup replay). Of those seven victories, only one came against a team in the upper half of the Premier League.

Of West Ham's 'top-flight only' managers, Alan Curbishley tops the pile with a score of 39.44% - close followed by Bilic. However club legend Billy Bonds still holds the overall highest score with a win ratio of 43.61% - although his four years in charge included two in the old Second Division plus a relegation inbetween.

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All managerial win records

1. Billy Bonds (1990-94) 43.61%
2. Charlie Paynter (1932-50) 41.25%
3. Alan Pardew (2003-06) 41.10%
4. John Lyall (1974-89) 40.00%
5. Ted Fenton (1950-61) 39.88%
6. Alan Curbishley (2006-08) 39.44%
7. Syd King (1902-32) 38.87%
8. Slaven Bilic (2015-17) 38.30%
9. Sam Allardyce (2011-15) 37.57%
10. Harry Redknapp (1994-01) 37.00%

11. Lou Macari (1989-90) 35.90%
12. Ron Greenwood (1961-74) 35.87%
13. Avram Grant (2010-11) 31.91%
14. Glenn Roeder (2001-03) 30.49%
15. Franco Zola (2008-10) 28.75%
16. David Moyes (2017-) 23.53%


Top flight-only win records

1. Alan Curbishley (2006-08) 39.44%
2. Slaven Bilic (2015-17) 38.30%
3. Harry Redknapp (1994-01) 37.00%
4. Ron Greenwood (1961-74) 35.87%
5. Avram Grant (2010-11) 31.91%
6. Franco Zola (2008-10) 28.75%
7. David Moyes (2017-) 23.53%





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