West Ham set to part ways with Moyes

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"A good point for us", he said.

While the football on offer wasn't particularly entertaining, the game heated up after West Ham skipper Noble was brought down by Pogba in the 87th minute as the match fizzled out.

The former Manchester United boss has guided the club to survival - yet there remains serious doubt over his position ahead of next season, with the club already starting to identify possible replacements.

"It [the thinking] was to play with Alexis and [Jesse] Lingard because they didn't play the last match", he added.

But they've finished second to, statistically, the best Premier League side ever and - aside from a poor Champions League exit at the hands of Sevilla and a shock League Cup defeat to Bristol City - they couldn't have expected any more from this season.

The Spaniard has been preferred to England goalkeeper Joe Hart in recent games and he repaid David Moyes' faith in him by shutting out Manchester United.

United, second in the table, now have 78 points from 37 games, four points better off than third-placed Tottenham, while West Ham are safe with 39 poinst from the same number of games. We tried to organise the team to get that point but to give opportunities to players to play.

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The peaceful nature of the Iranian nuclear program has repeatedly been confirmed by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). It would be hard to replace Iranian oil given the "commercial terms" offered by Tehran, he said. "The reality is clear".

Overall, I am pleased with the players all round.

"But listen, I ran my heart out for the team this season".

The Red Devils did win the Europa League and League Cup in Mourinho's first campaign in charge last season. Of course, people will argue that they did not get close enough to City in the title race but, as far as I can see, this has been a very good season for them.

"I think we deserved that, the boys deserve that and to be the runner-up is not bad in a league of this dimension and this difficulty".

Mark Noble says David Moyes can walk away from West Ham with his head held high if the club decide to change manager.

A lackluster United display was reflected in Pogba again failing to take control of the game. I don't want to be a manager who celebrates avoiding relegation.

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