West Ham 2017/18

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

  1. urban genie

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    Nah he hated us at everton and we hated him, and his shite everton team
     
  2. Machiavelli

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    He’d still be a bug eyed fucker.
     
  3. Thekinkygoat

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    Personally I've become a lot fonder of him since he went to the shit hole.
     
  4. The Light Was Yellow Sir

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    Whilst that would normally be true, in his time with Everton he was truly disliked by city fans as he didn’t half spout a lot of bollocks about us. As a side issue, you might be fondly remembering the beautiful football played by Sam, in the not too distant future!
     
  5. Neville Kneville

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    I hope so but I fear the worst.

    Edit: and anywhere but West Ham I would be hoping Moyes got no points at all, even before he went to the swamp.
     
  6. NorCalBlue

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    Tbf, Moyes was already very unpopular with City fans from his Everton days, although opinions on his managerial skills would certainly have been higher had he not been pretty ordinary at United (and then poor at Sociedad, and then a complete disaster at Sunderland). Hopefully, for your sake, he's learned something from his recent experiences and won't throw in the towel before the team's even kicked a ball on his watch.
     
  7. BlueHammer85

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    Fair enough, always thought Moyes at Everton was pretty respected generally.
     
  8. Cityfan

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    I became far fonder of him as a result, wasn't keen on the Everton Moyes, the Old Trafford one was great.
     
  9. 1961_vintage

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    Likewise. Did a great job for us there.
     
  10. davek1808

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    I stand corrected sir.
     

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