West Ham 2017/18

Discussion in 'General football forum' started by BlueHammer85, 21 Jul 2017.

  1. pudge

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    He couldn't be much worse than Arnautovic and the rest of the shite they have up front to be fair.
     
  2. Mike N

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    I feel very dissapointed for the West Ham fans.

    Moyes was so fake in the interview being all up-beat and positive. Still, at least they'll sort their next manager with the probable appointment of Pearce, for the love of God!
     
  3. Free Ian Brown

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    I'm a bit torn about West Ham now.

    Never really minded them as a club, and quite enjoy their hatred of the Spuds. Plus Zabba is there now and want him to go well (less bothered about Joe).

    But Moyes, oh man I hope he gets relegated again. And there's that shouty newsreader on Talksport who supports West Ham and claims to be mates with players / managers / anyone who'll talk to him.
     
  4. Cityfan

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    I like West Ham and to be quite honest I can't bring myself to dislike Moyes any more. I don't rate him, but his time at the swamp was just to much fun to bear him any grudges even if he was a twat at Everton.
     
  5. davek1808

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    Nah never forget what an absolute twat he was about lescott.
     
  6. ancoats

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    west ham have a lot in place to be a great club just like us with the etihad stadium it was a stepping stone for better investment and the next level of reaching a top 4 place every season but like manchester city the board and chairman was not really in it for the club and fans they was always a debt hanging about that other chairmans and board made the mistakes of the years before chasing the dream and not one of them had any idea or the balls to clear it and was always a stumbling block for new investment

    but somebody seen what a club we could be with the right people and chairman and money in place yes there are not many out there today but what a chance for the next big club for major investment in west ham if i was a sheikh or had £billions to invest in the right club west ham would be choice

    the west ham board are not in it for the love of the club and are just sitting and waiting on a big paycheck to land on there lap's and sell up and walk off into the sunset and with the new management in moyes its only to steady the ship hoping to stay up and hope they will be the next club to get a new owners
     
  7. Cityfan

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    I don't know how accurate his information is but Matt Dickinson in the Times today has written a piece pointing out what a poisonous atmosphere the owners and CEO create at West Ham for the manager to work in.
     
  8. Bozo

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    "West Ham United's porn baron owners, Karren Brady, David Gold and David Sullivan have been in charge for 6% of the club's existence but have sacked 25% of their managers."
     
  9. BlueHammer85

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    Well to be fair ...they stuck with Allardyce when fans wanted him out and it was the right decision, 4-5 years. Bilic was a good appointment we all thought but he had to be sacked.
    Should imagine our sack % under these owners are a lot less than other clubs.
     
  10. Super David Silva 21

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    Stuart Pearce appointed in a coaching role.

    wow so this happened the other day, i only just seen it
     

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