Losing out to a team like Arsenal or Chelsea would be one thing, but losing out on a top managerial target to West Ham - a bottom half team who have been in chaos at times this season - would be hard to accept for fans and for Moshiri, who invested two years ago to take the club forward, not tread water behind West Ham.
Gold says the Scot is on the list of potential candidates and hopes he will get the job.
The other is former Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini, who is now managing in the Chinese Super League.More news: Multiverse Beckons Hospitability to Life
"I've enjoyed David Moyes".
West Ham ended the campaign in 13th place with Moyes picking up 33 points from 27 matches but according to Sky Sports News, it will not result in an extended deal for the 55-year-old. I've enjoyed his company, I've enjoyed working with him.
Moyes said: 'Everybody always thinks the grass is greener and there's something better out there.More news: Whole Foods sales items get even cheaper for Amazon Prime members
Moyes took over at West Ham in November with the club in the relegation zone.
However Monday's assembly, arrange when Moyes was nonetheless supervisor, proves that Sullivan is definitely desirous about making one other managerial change, with Fonseca the primary by way of the door for talks.
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He only signed a six-month contract with the task of keeping the Hammers in the Premier League.