Key David Moyes advisor Alan Irvine agrees to remain at West Ham after taking part in a vital function in Europa Convention League success… as duo prolong their two-decade partnership
- Alan Irvine scouted West Ham’s opponents on their approach to European glory
- As a reward, the membership have handed the 65-year-old a brand new 12-month contract
- Irvine signed the deal final week because the Hammers put together for the brand new season
Alan Irvine has agreed to remain at West Ham as technical adviser having performed a key function of their Europa Convention success final season.
Irvine, who has labored with David Moyes for twenty years, scouted West Ham’s opponents for all 15 of their European matches as they went on to carry their first main trophy since 1980.
As a reward, the Hammers provided the 65-year-old Scot a brand new 12-month contract which he signed final week as they put together for a brand new marketing campaign within the Europa League.
Irvine was Moyes’ No 2 at Everton from 2004 and joined him as assistant supervisor at West Ham earlier than taking up his present function in 2021 to allow him to be nearer to his household within the north of England.
Irvine performed for Queens Park, Everton, Crystal Palace, Dundee United and Blackburn and later managed Preston, Sheffield Wednesday and West Brom.
Alan Irvine has signed a brand new contract to remain at West Ham and act as their technical advisor
Irvine has labored with David Moyes for twenty years and performed a vital function final season