Chris Sutton has responded to rumors that Michael Carrick, a five-time Premier League winner, could replace David Moyes as West Ham United manager.
The Hammers owners are said to be interested in Carrick’s work at Middlesbrough, leading to speculation that he could be appointed at the end of the season.
Sutton expressed his belief that Carrick would be a great replacement for Moyes on BBC Radio 5 Live Sport.
He praised Carrick’s managerial skills, pointing to his success in guiding Boro to 50 points in just 23 Championship games, and his ability to play attractive football.
Sutton dismissed Moyes’ managerial career as “wonderful,” and said that Carrick would be the ideal candidate to take West Ham forward as a club.
Former Premier League striker Chris Sutton has given his thoughts on the possibility of Michael Carrick replacing David Moyes as West Ham United’s manager.
There have been recent reports linking Carrick, who is currently managing at Middlesbrough, with the West Ham job.
Sutton believes that Carrick would be a great replacement for Moyes, who could be let go in the future.
Carrick has had an impressive season with Middlesbrough, guiding them to 50 points from only 23 Championship games and taking them from near the bottom of the table to third place.
Sutton has praised Carrick’s tactical ability and the football style he has implemented at Middlesbrough. He feels that Carrick would be the perfect candidate to take West Ham forward as a club and would be a better choice than Moyes.
Paqueta fears allayed after deeply concerning social media post overnight
Lucas Paqueta posted a concerning social media post that had fans worried about his health, but it turns out he was just undergoing oxygen therapy to reduce muscle fatigue and there is no new injury.
West Ham won a crucial Premier League match against Southampton, thanks in part to notable performances from players such as Aguerd, Fabianski, Bowen, and Paqueta, who had one of his better performances despite being caught on the ball a few times. Moyes will need to keep the Paqueta and Rice partnership strong to achieve their season goals.
Paqueta’s social media post sparked concern among fans, but the battery emoji indicated he was simply undergoing oxygen therapy to recover ahead of another important game against Newcastle. This therapy is commonly used by athletes to reduce muscle fatigue and lactic acid buildup.
The victory was particularly important for West Ham as they faced off against fellow Premier League strugglers Southampton.
While the match was not particularly memorable, the Hammers managed to secure the win with a goal from Nayef Aguerd in the first half.
Despite hitting the crossbar multiple times, the Hammers managed to hang on to the lead, thanks in part to the standout performances from players such as Aguerd, Lukasz Fabianski, Jarrod Bowen, and Lucas Paqueta.
Paqueta’s performance was particularly noteworthy, with his one-touch passing standing out from the rest of the team.
Although he was caught on the ball a few times, he was able to make up for it with his impressive work off the ball.
David Moyes will be hoping that Paqueta and Declan Rice can continue their partnership on the field, as they will be instrumental in helping the team achieve their goals for the rest of the season.
After rumors began to circulate that Paqueta had suffered an injury, the midfielder posted a concerning selfie on social media.
In the photo, he is seen lying down while wearing a West Ham training top and an oxygen mask.
While his pained expression sparked concern among fans, Paqueta revealed that he was simply undergoing oxygen therapy recovery ahead of the team’s next game against Newcastle.
Oxygen therapy is commonly used by athletes and helps to reduce muscle fatigue and lactic acid buildup.
Paqueta’s use of the therapy shows that he is committed to performing at his best for the team, and there is no need for fans to worry about any new injuries.
In fact, Paqueta also posted an image of himself from the game, celebrating the team’s big win alongside a praying hands emoji.