West Ham United boss faces a tough task in charge at the London Stadium.
David Moyes sat down to speak with reporters during a press conference for his official unveiling as the new West Ham manager, and responded to a question asking him if he had spoken to Karren Brady about the controversial comments he made towards a female reporter back in April of this year, as quoted by Sky Sports.
The Scot found himself in hot water during his reign as Sunderland boss seven months ago, when he made disparaging comments towards a female reporter, and at the time, Brady was not shy in offering her opinion on the subject, when writing her regular column for the Sun.
And the former Manchester United and Everton boss responded to reporters when asked if the West Ham vice-chairman had mentioned his past indiscetions since his appointment as the club's new manager, as quoted by Sky Sports:
“No, she didn't discuss it at all, it was six months ago. I have actually enjoyed speaking with Karren. She didn’t mention it at all, not a word.”
The 54-year-old has his work cut-out at the London Stadium, if he is to guide his side away from trouble, with the east London outfit currently sitting in 18th position in the Premier League table, following an abysmal start to their 2017/18 campaign.
His first game in charge of the Hammers will be a trip to Watford on November 19th.