Leaving West Ham, coach David Moyes has found a role at Euro 2024 - recsporttv/recsport.tv GitHub Wiki

Coach David Moyes will leave West Ham after the end of this season. The Scottish strategist wasted no time in returning to work immediately during Euro 2024.

Recently, the Hammers confirmed that Moyes will leave the London Stadium 'by mutual agreement' at the end of the 2023/24 season after over 4 years in charge. The former Everton manager didn't waste time arranging another job, instead of taking time off.

It's been reported that Moyes will join talkSPORT as an expert for their coverage of EURO 2024. talkSPORT tweeted: "Pass Moysey the Euros. David Moyes joins the talkSPORT team to provide his expert insights and analysis throughout the tournament."

David Moyes has a job at Euro 2024

Having vast experience in the Premier League, Moyes will join notable figures like Emmanuel Petit and Ashley Young to provide their commentary at Euro 2024. Moyes' former opponents, such as Alan Pardew and Graeme Souness, will also contribute their expertise in Germany.

Although parting ways with West Ham, Moyes can take pride in helping the club secure their first European trophy in almost 50 years.

Moyes said: "I've enjoyed four and a half terrific years at West Ham and the Club is in a stronger position than when I returned in 2019. When I joined West Ham for the second time, the Club was just outside the relegation zone, and it’s been a fantastic journey to secure three consecutive seasons in Europe."

"After guiding the Club to safety, we finished 6th and 7th in the Premier League, and I'm delighted we won the Europa Conference League last June, the Club's first major trophy in 43 years."

"I want to thank all the players for their support and all the success we've had over the past four and a half years. I've thoroughly enjoyed working with everyone at West Ham and I want to thank the Board for that, they’ve given me the opportunity to manage this fantastic club."