West Ham manager Moyes hailed for ‘sixth sense’ after revelation

Paul Robinson has praised West Ham manager David Moyes for his approach to the Wolves game on Sunday.

Addressed exclusively to Football Insiderthe former Spurs and England keeper said the 58-year-old’s ability to ‘understand the vibe’ of his team proves he is ‘a top-notch manager’.

The Hammers found their way back to winning ways on Sunday with a 1-0 victory over Wolves at the London Stadium.

As quoted by Football.London (February 27), Moyes revealed he had ‘turned things around’ at club Rush Green’s training headquarters last week.

He added how a system change allowed his team to flourish.

Asked by Football Insiderof Dylan Childs for his thoughts on change, Robinson said: “It’s the sign of a top manager.

“He saw what was happening. He understood what the mood of his players was and how to get them going again.

“It’s so important to understand how the team feels. You get a sense when things aren’t quite right. It’s strange. It’s like a sixth sense.

“Over the past few weeks, the results and performances have not been what they wanted. As a player and as a manager, you feel. For Moyes, feeling that and mixing up the formation is up to him.

“I know Moyes is extremely passionate about what he does. He’s a workaholic. He works so hard both on and off the training ground. Every minute of the day he thinks about his team. He is captivated 24/7.

“Having that kind of knowledge and experience in those situations is invaluable. Moyes is a top, top manager.

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