As much as I loved Slaven Bilic and think he is an absolute gentleman of a human being, his time in the job was done. Not enough experience in the role or consistency to really succeed on a long term basis, but I'll forever love him for that final season at Upton Park.
I'm actually really positive about David Moyes taking over as West Ham manager. He got himself a solid backroom team (Alan Irvine, Stuart Pearce and Billy McKinlay) that won't tolerate poor attitudes in training, where Bilic lacked discipline. According to reports, the team is being trained much harder in this one week than they have done since that final Upton Park season. I've rated Moyes from his time at Everton, although it remains to be seen if his methods still hold up in the modern game or if he can adapt to the current day.
One thing I really want to see is the board being less vocal. It might just be because I don't follow the news from other clubs as closely, but it doesn't feel like any other PL team has their owners talking to the media as much as ours do, and it's annoying as fuck. They need to stfu and let the team work rather than causing unnecessary drama or bullshit that the team have to deal with. The Carvalho saga was just embarrassing and it's annoying that David Sullivan lets his son spout inside knowledge on twitter.