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⚽ Crystal Palace v West Ham - Official Match Thread
charleyfarley 11:38 Fri Apr 19
CRYSTAL PALACE V WEST HAM
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SELHURST PARK

CRYSTAL PALACE
Henderson, Clyne, Richards, Andersen ©, Mitchell, Muñoz, Wharton, Hughes, Olise, Eze, Mateta
Subs: Matthews (GK), Ward, Holding, Tomkins, Schlupp, Riedewald, Ahamada, Ayew, Édouard

WEST HAM ⚒
Fabiański, Coufal, Zouma ©, Ogbonna, Emerson, Ward-Prowse, Álvarez, Souček, Kudus, Paquetá, Antonio
Subs: Areola (GK), Johnson, Cresswell, Phillips, Cornet, Ings, Casey, Mubama, Orford



BETWAY

• Crystal Palace 11/10 : Draw 5/2: West Ham 23/10

REFEREE:- GRAHAM SCOTT


VAR:- PAUL TIERNEY


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Fauxstralian 4:37 Tue Apr 23
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Yes, totally outclassed by Palace (PALACE!) who toyed with us.
For those using fatigue as an excuse I see our fellow Thursday nighters Liverpool & Villa both won and Leverkusen drew a tough away game at Dortmund

Massive Attack 1:50 Tue Apr 23
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What's worse and when you know it's really bad is when Palace and Glasner went easy on us in the end. Cruised to 4-0 after just half an hour, they then decided to take off all their forward line Olise and Mateta around the hour mark and Eze with 15 minutes remaining! By rights the final scoreline should have been a cricket score if they absolutely went for it. To be pitied by Palace is an all-time low for us this season and a sackable offence in itself.

Eerie Descent 10:57 Mon Apr 22
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You know things have got bad, when you get SLAPPED for 5 by Crystal fucking Palace, and it don't even feel embarrassing. You'd normally get stick about it from people you know who support other teams, but now it's really no great surprise, and hard to give much of a fuck.

He's truly sucked the life out of this club.

RootsRadical 6:35 Mon Apr 22
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The game that broke the Camels back!

Every cloud...

Lee Trundle 5:56 Mon Apr 22
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He's been like that throughout his tenure here, Jasnik.

You can automatically discount any youths he has on the bench, as they'll never be used.

Jasnik 5:53 Mon Apr 22
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I just got so annoyed yesterday when he put Phillips on and none of our youth.

What's the point...

BillyJenningsBoots 2:08 Mon Apr 22
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Camp Nutsack

I assume by a couple of new faces you are referring to Moyes's and Nolans replacements.... or are you still winding us up about retaining the Jock twat?

And please no more references to your private habits was just sick in my mouth...

JayeMPee 2:00 Mon Apr 22
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Remind me was it sullivan, brady or both who said when they dragged us out of the Boleyn we can look forward to the day when Andy Carroll would lead us out in the OS in the European Champions Cup?

Having spent well over £300m in the last year or so moyes is now fighting to keep us in the top ten, what an achievement and what a lousy hypocritical chairman!! As for AC not sure where he is now?

Eerie Descent 1:54 Mon Apr 22
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I've been actively pushing for him to be pumped since November 2022, however, regardless of the catalogue of reasons he should've gone, I really don't know how anyone calling themselves a West Ham fan could have watched that fucking disgraceful 0-6 defeat AT HOME to a hated London rival, and just shrug your shoulders and go on about the Intertoto Cup win.

That, on it's own, is a sackable offence. Shameful.

only1billybonds 1:00 Mon Apr 22
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For once I agree with fourpence. Those still defending Moyes can only be doing so out of sheer stubbonness and a refusal to admit they're wrong.
I have asked several times for 1 reason that would justify him still being here in August but no one has offered a thing. Even these few fans must know the game is up for him and he really must go ASAP.

Takashi Miike 12:29 Mon Apr 22
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balance was over when he threw the league cup game, fuck him and his negative shit football

Sir Alf 12:12 Mon Apr 22
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Balance and perspective is needed Imo

He did a good job for 2 years and exceeded my expectations certainly. I was wrong about him at that time as I never thought he’d get us into Europe

But he is limited tactically and as we then found out, limited with his people skills and knowledge of how to build a squad for the modern game. He got found out in 2022 but fortunately for him and even us fans we had the Conference league that masked a dreadful drop off in league form. And then his inability to understand the needs of a squad caught up too especially over the last 12 months. A season too far.

Admitting we are wrong is a whole branch of psychological discussion and especially in the modern interconnected world :-). Takes a very strong, extremely humble and confident / self assured person to do that. Very rare and one thing that garners a lot of respect as its so rare.

Anyway, look forward and now attention has to be on replacng him. Steidten must know and need him to go to really get the 5 year rebuild he speaks off properly underway

Hammer and Pickle 11:43 Mon Apr 22
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People who have sided with Moyes and the owners now face the challenge of admitting how horribly wrong they are.

Maybe we should have a whip-round and make sure they get the proper care and support?

Lee Trundle 11:40 Mon Apr 22
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Our only saving grace is that Fulham. Brighton and Wolves don't seem to be in amazing form, so there's a chance we could finish top half.

hahahaha that's what our season has become. Fighting it out with the likes of Bournemouth, Fulham. Brighton and Wolves.

Grumpster 11:36 Mon Apr 22
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With mental health such a bit thing nowadays, people still supporting moyes does indeed highlight the huge issue with it at the moment.

I mean you have to question someone's sanity when they constantly defend someone who's is the most negative manager in the league but who has still set us up to concede more goals than every single team except for the bottom 3.

We're going to finish in the bottom half I'd imagine but yeah a magnificent season as we once again beat a load of shit in Europe before actually playing someone half decent and went out of the fa cup to a championship team.

Surfinglizard 11:29 Mon Apr 22
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Moyes finally admitted the performance was atrocious. He couldn’t blame tiredness, and didn’t, because you just need to look at the Prem sides who performed the same night. Oh that’s right they both won didn’t they.

The lack or rotation throughout this season is one of many mistakes that have been made. We haven’t had anywhere near the right cover available and ready to step in because virtually no opportunities have been given to them. Whether you blame poor selection, poor substitutions or poor recruitment or even poor motivation you can’t escape the fact this is down to MANGEMENT at the club.

Moyes has been dining out on the European qualifications and success the whole season but the food is getting cold and shouldn’t be served any longer. Progression has been backwards. We will likely end the season mid to lower table with no continuation in Europe. That is failure.

It’s going to take a few years now to rebuild and replace so many players to get West Ham back to the 6-8 spot we seem to have aimed for. We can’t get close to it again without some major changes beginning with the manager and the management team.

onsideman 11:24 Mon Apr 22
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Lee Trundle 10:53 Mon Apr 22

Lee Trundle 10:53 Mon Apr 22
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I don't know about anyone else, but Nutsin's mental breakdown has been far more entertaining than the football Moyes has served up this season.

GBHammer63 10:36 Mon Apr 22
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It’s like death by a thousand cuts.

Steidten has a fucking mammoth task repairing the shit that has been created by Sullivan.

Takashi Miike 9:44 Mon Apr 22
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Villa played thirty minutes longer than us on thursday, away from home and also went through a penalty shoot out. Nine of that starting line up started again yesterday. Fuck off with the tiredness bollocks


And for yankee doodle cranky, go and read the recent evening standard article where he again states that he doesn't want more player options and loves a small squad. you know, the same that I told you he was saying after throwing the liverpool qf

Keep dreaming 9:32 Mon Apr 22
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Anyway, yes losing to Palace stings of course they all do, but come on, get real, we all knew they wouldn’t have much left in the tank after Thursday nights heroics.

Is this the post of the season?

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