David Moyes hails West Ham's 'brilliant achievement' making the final

‘You’ve done a f***ing unbelievable job!’: David Moyes hails West Ham’s ‘brilliant achievement’ of reaching the Europa Conference League final… as Hammers boss leads dressing room in post-match celebrations

  • David Moyes made a fiery post-match speech to praise West Ham’s achievement 
  • The Hammers beat AZ Alkmaar to reach the Europa Conference League final 
  • The 60-year-old then took part in jubilant celebrations in the dressing room 

David Moyes lead a jubilant West Ham dressing room in their wild celebrations after Thursday’s semi-final win at AZ Alkmaar.

The Hammers secured a 1-0 win on the night after Pablo Fornals struck in injury time, taking them through to the Europa Conference League final with a 3-1 win on aggregate.

The match, played at the AFAS stadium, was marred by violence as home supporters attacked West Ham’s travelling fans at the full-time whistle, however that didn’t dampen Moyes’ mood. 

As the club reached their first European final for 47 years, Moyes lead the post-match celebrations and told his players they had an a ‘f****** unbelievable job’. 

Footage of the celebrations appeared on Twitter shortly after, as Moyes told his players and staff: ‘You’ve done a f***ing unbelievable job, not just tonight, but through the whole tournament. It is a f***ing brilliant achievement by you all. So, well done.’

David Moyes spoke to his players and staff following the win against AZ Alkmaar on Thursday

The 60-year-old hailed West Ham’s ‘brilliant achievement’ through their European campaign 

The Scottish manager was then part of jubilant scenes after the Hammers made the final

WARNING: Explicit language in the video below 

Moyes then took part in the loud celebrations from the Hammers squad, as they bounced and sang to mark their victory over the Eredivisie outfit. 

It showed a unified dressing room – somewhat at odds with persistent rumours that Moyes had lost his players during a turbulent start to their domestic campaign.

In his post-match comments to BT Sport, the 60-year-old Scottish manager hailed the staff at West Ham for making the final.

Moyes said: ‘For my staff, I thank them all. They have to put up with me pushing, nagging, little time off. If you want to play in Europe and be successful the games come with that.’ 

The last match of the competition on June 7 in Prague will be the third European final in West Ham’s history, and their first in almost half a century since losing the Cup Winners’ Cup final to Anderlecht in 1976. 

They will face Fiorentina who booked their place in the final with Antonin Barak’s 120+9′ winner, after being level across the two legs.

Before their big day in Czechia, West Ham have two league fixtures to fulfill. They face Leeds at home on Sunday afternoon, before a trip to Leicester on the final day.  

The Hammers have two more league games before they face Fiorentina in Prague next month

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