West Ham staff profiles
Returns to the club he managed for half a season in 2017/18. Despite the fact he led the club out of the relegation zone and to safety then, the Scot was not offered an extension to his six-month contract. After 11 years at Everton, in which he oversaw great progress both on and off the pitch, Moyes has become something of a managerial journeyman, with short stints at Manchester United, Real Sociedad, Sunderland and then West Ham. Will hope to stay longer on this second coming.
Appointed in June 2022, replacing Stuart Pearce. Left QPR after three years at the end of 2021/22 and has also been manager of Brentford, Rangers and Nottingham Forest. In all has taken charge of nearly 350 matches as a manager.
Spent seven months working with Moyes at West Ham in 2017/18 and now back for a second spell alongside his compatriot. The former Scotland international was previously assistant to Michael O'Neill at Stoke City for 18 months.
Worked as Moyes' assistant at Everton for two years before embarking on a managerial career of his own, with Preston, Sheffield Wednesday and West Brom. After that he returned to being an assistant and joined up with Moyes again at West Ham in 2017/18. Moved to this new role in July 2021.
Holder of the Uefa Pro Licence and a hugely experienced coach. Began his coaching career with Fulham’s Academy, before becoming manager of the New Zealand Knights in 2006. Went on to be Football Performance Manager at the Aspire Academy in Qatar, Head of Coaching at Norwich City and Head of Coaching for the Premier League. Worked alongside Chris Hughton at Brighton before becoming part of Gareth Southgate’s coaching team under the FA's BAME scheme.
Former West Ham captain who scored 31 goals in 157 appearances for the Hammers between 2011 and 2015. Later took on player-coach roles at Leyton Orient and Notts County.
Worked with Rafa Benitez at Liverpool, Inter, Chelsea, Real Madrid and Napoli before joining up with Pellegrini at Hebei China Fortune in 2016.
MEDICAL AND PERFORMANCE
HEAD OF MEDICAL
Back for his third spell with the club, having worked with them from 2007 to 2009 and in 2017/18, under Moyes.
Former Everton and Anzhi Makhachkala physio joined West Ham in January 2014.
With the Hammers since 2012. Also assistant manager of West Ham Ladies.
SOFT TISSUE THERAPIST
Joined West Ham from Everton - where he had been for five years - in July 2015.
Moved to West Ham in June 2012 as an intern, having previously had spells with Wigan Warriors and Preston North End.
Joined in October 2018 from Crystal Palace. Had previously been with Watford since September 2012.
HEAD OF PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS
With the Hammer since July 2011, progressing from Academy to first team to Head of Performance Analysis.
Worked at Stoke for two years before joining Hammers in September 2016.
Joined from Crystal Palace in May 2019. Previously with the Hammers from 2011 to 2016 and has also worked for Orlando City and Norwich.
With Ipswich for five years before joining West Ham in June 2016.