But now they must focus on the task at hand - a Brighton sides showing plenty of improvement as they battle relegation.
The Club made the decision to sack the Director after a story in the Daily Mail of London that quoted him saying that African players "cause mayhem" when they were not in the team.
West Ham have suffered a number of high profile injuries in recent weeks, with Marko Arnautovic and Manuel Lanzini the two standout names of an ever increasing pack of players unfit for duty.
"Both players that scored them [Jose Izquierdo and Pascal Gross] are capable of that, and we need more of that from them".
"I was totally frustrated by the goals we conceded, and I don't think that's something that we've done in the main the Scotsman remarked". "We put out a team on Tuesday and got a result, albeit it wasn't three points, but we got a result from the game".
Triad could see freezing rain Sunday morning
Total snow and sleet accumulations of less than one half inch and ice accumulations less than one-tenth inch are expected. A cold start to your weekend with low temperatures dropping toward 10° into the early morning hours on Saturday.
Brighton's Dale Stephen's believes putting more games to bed like they did against West Ham will be crucial for them in the last few months of the season. The Hammers arrived on the south coast looking to extend their recent six-match unbeaten league sequence while seeking revenge for a humiliating 3-0 defeat handed to them by the Seagulls at the London Stadium back in October.
Moyes also approached the club's players to hold a "frank conversation" with them regarding the reports surrounding Henry.
Henry was suspended from his position earlier this week following revelations that he told agents the "club don't want any more Africans".
"You can see the players we sign, you can see the players we have signed over the years". Today we gave the ball away which allowed the first goal with a pass - the second one we gave away with a pass.