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David Moyes’ odds of being the first manager sacked increase after poor transfer window

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David Moyes' odds of being the first manager sacked increase after poor transfer window

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David Moyes, the manager of West Ham, is facing increasing odds of being the first manager to be sacked in the upcoming Premier League season.

This comes after a disappointing summer transfer window for the London club.

Despite selling their star player Declan Rice to Arsenal for a record £105m, West Ham has struggled to spend the money effectively.

Rumors suggest that Moyes is having difficulty agreeing with the club’s new technical director on player replacements, and time is running out before the start of the new season.

Additionally, Moyes has faced tensions due to the departure of key members of his backroom staff.

These factors have led some football punters to bet on Moyes being sacked first, with his odds being cut to 8/1.

However, the current favorite to be sacked first is Julen Lopetegui, the manager of Wolves.

Last season saw a record 14 Premier League managers being sacked, with Scott Parker being the first to go.

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