- David Moyes is now West Ham United's new manager after Mauel Pellegrini was given the boot
- The 56-year-old was sacked as the Hammers boss 18 months ago for the appointment of Pellegrini
- Moyes has also managed Everton and Manchester United, succeeding Alex Ferguson at Old Trafford
David Moyes has been appointed as the new manager of West Ham United after the sacking of Manuel Pellegrini.
The Hammers let go of the Chilean gaffer shortly after their fourth straight home defeat to Leicester City at the London Stadium.
And 56-year-old Moyes has been appointment a day after Pellegrini was relieved of his duties a few days ago.
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The Scotsman who was sacked 18 months ago for Pellegrini has been sensationally re-appointed for a second spell at the London Stadium.
West Ham are currently a point above relegation zone as Moyes will be at the dug out when they take on Bournemouth on New Year's day.
And a win for the London club will lift them two points above the Cherries on the Premier League table.
Moyes had previously managed Everton and Manchester United as he became Sir Alex Ferguson's successor when his fellow Scotsman retired.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Hulks has opened up about having a relationship with his wife's niece after his 12-year relationship in July with mother of his three children ended.
The Brazilian international's relationship ended with Iran and started dating with her favourite relative Camila since October.
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