Sometimes it’s the little things and smaller figures within a football club that go unnoticed.
Since the pair arrived, the players have looked to have that fire back in their bellies, something that Nolan certainly wasn’t lacking when he took to the pitch back in the day.
We’ve also seen our former number four as an active figure on matchdays, often on the touchline alongside the gaffer, unlike other backroom figures.
Whether this improvement can truly be pinned on him we don’t know, but long may it continue nevertheless…
— Mark Godden (@ktomarkgodden) March 3, 2020
I don’t like Moyes at all BUT I think with now a full complement of coaching staff he is finally getting the help he needs to see beyond his previous time at WHU. Nolan I imagine is pivotal in getting the lads galvanised & being another link for players to staff
— Mike (@mhare641) March 3, 2020
Signing of the season imo
— ⚒ Hammers Liz ⚒ (@marknobleisthe1) March 3, 2020
Without a doubt. Credit to Moyse
— Mark (@stickers2110) March 3, 2020
Yes I think he has made lots of difference he is a born winner and won’t accept anything less than 100% in training and on the pitch on match day
— Richard Graves (@richardgraves72) March 3, 2020
It really can’t be coincidence the change in the last couple of games
— Phill Sexton (@phill_sexton) March 3, 2020
For sure he does,Kevin was a great captain,a real leader,and can only be a huge positive around the place,just hope he doesn’t teach our strikers the chicken dance 😂
— michael Kinane (@mgkinane) March 3, 2020
Definitely, you can see the influence over the last 2 games!
— Marsurv Marine Surveys (@theboatsurveyor) March 3, 2020
— Mark Jones (@marksjones15) March 3, 2020
Absolutely Mr Nolan I salute you COYI
— mike davison (@CoyiMike) March 3, 2020