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Moyes' future up for Debate [audio]


Filed: Friday, 11th May 2018
By: Staff Writer


Former Hammer Craig Bellamy was one of the guests discussing West Ham's season and David Moyes' future on last night's 'The Debate' show.

Bellamy, who played for West Ham between 2007 and 2009, and former Arsenal and England midfielder Paul Merson were in the studio alongside presenter Geoff Shreeves to offer their views on Moyes' future at the club following the goalless draw with Manchester United.

And you can hear what else the former Premiership stars had to say about the current situation at West Ham below...





*Craig Bellamy & Paul Merson: The Debate


* Listen or download from here if you cannot view the player above.





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