David Moyes Sweary Response After West Ham's Collapse Against Brighton

​David Moyes had some choices words at the end of West Ham United's 3-3 draw with Brighton on Saturday, cursing his side's record of six games without a win against the Seagulls. 

The Hammers were in cruise control with 15 minutes left to play at the London Stadium, but they threw away their two-goal lead within the space of four minutes, allowing Brighton to snatch a share of the spoils in the relegation six-pointer. 


After the match, Moyes was left to rue his side's collapse against Graham Potter's men, and as reported by Andy Naylor, the Scotsman had two words to describe West Ham's abysmal record in this tie: 'F*****g hell.'

Referring to the Hammers' Premier League record against Brighton, Moyes asked, "I don’t think we have beaten ​Brighton have we?"

When his suspicions were confirmed, the ​ex-Everton boss simply replied, "F*****g hell," as he continued to lament his team's abhorrent final quarter of an hour. 

West Ham seemed to have the game wrapped up on the hour mark, after Robert Snodgrass had fired the hosts into a commanding 3-1 lead. But the Irons' defensive frailties re-emerged as the game progressed, and goals from Pascal Gross and Glen Murray meant that Moyes' men had to settle for a point. 

Moyes' post-match comments were his most downbeat since he admitted to Sunderland fans that the club was embroiled in a relegation fight back in September of 2016. 

Speaking to BBC Sport after the Black Cats had lost 2-1 to Middlesbrough, the former Manchester United coach confirmed that supporters 'would probably be right' if they were fearing another relegation battle.

David Moyes

"Well, they would probably be right. That's where they've been every other year for the last four years, so why would it suddenly change?

"I don't think you can hide the facts. People will be flat because they are hoping that something is going to dramatically change - it can't dramatically change, it can't."

Good luck, ​West Ham

Source : 90min