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⚽ West Ham v Arsenal - The Official Match Thread FT 0-0
charleyfarley 8:33 Thu Nov 9
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WEDNESDAY 13TH DECEMBER
KICK OFF 20:00



Jonathan Moss: GAMES - 13 - 52 0



Adrian, Reid, Ogbonna, Cresswell, Zabaleta, Obiang, Noble, Masuaku, Arnautovic, Lanzini, Antonio.


Cech, Bellerin, Koscielny, Monreal, Maitland-Niles, Iwobi, Xhaka, Wilshere, Ozil, Sanchez, Giroud

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• West Ham 17/4: Draw 16/5: Arsenal 3/5


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**WATCH OUT FOR THOSE VIRUSES******

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• pissing it down

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boleyn8420 5:58 Thu Dec 14
Re: ⚽ West Ham v Arsenal - The Official Match Thread FT 0-0
Whilst eating my slice of humble pie ( I predicted thumpings for the last 3 games) I will still hold fire until we play the sides in and around us starting with those cunts from Staffordshire on Saturday. I really, really want that twat Hughes sacked on the back of a convincing win from us. I want a silent pack of inbreds as we score our third before half time.

Hang on a minute though, Manager in need of a win, check, striker (Berahinno) hasn't scored a goal in a millenium, check, low on confidence, check, playing West Ham, bugger

Yarmouth 4:16 Thu Dec 14
Re: ⚽ West Ham v Arsenal - The Official Match Thread FT 0-0
And dare I say what I mean by performance is keeping it tight at the back, working very hard, concentrating for the whole game and staying disciplined.

Performance can also (& should be) attractive, attacking football that is entertaining and effective but we're not good enough to attempt that right now.

Not meaning to be patronising.

COYFI's.

Yarmouth 4:12 Thu Dec 14
Re: ⚽ West Ham v Arsenal - The Official Match Thread FT 0-0
Must say I posted previously that the performance was more important than the result last night and I think we saw another very good performance and spirit from the team that has been hugely missing under Billic.

If the performance was on par or better than Chelsea then we are on the right track and I believe that's what we got.

IMO I'd stick with this formation going forward against the lesser teams because the lesser teams don't have the ability to keep possession like the top sides so we will stay tight at the back AND have more possession to create ourselves.

With more possession and time to create we'll score more frequently, gain confidence and win games.

This is where I think we'll pick up the points to move into safety this season and I think this is what Moyes' strategy is built on for us right now.

Allardyce was all about grinding out at the back but always played the long ball. Moyes will also grind out at the back BUT he'll coach the side to play more creative going forward as he's shown before at Everton and lets be honest at spells with Man U.

He's no mug guy's, he's fucking boring as a bloke, but he might, just might, be what we need for a while.

The modern game's changed from pure flair and attractive football to power, strength & speed, and the modern manager recognises this.

Pep at Man city he's not, but I think he'll do a good job for us.

Norflundon 3:17 Thu Dec 14
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Eerie Descent 2:28 Thu Dec 14
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Northern Sold 2:59 Thu Dec 14
Re: ⚽ West Ham v Arsenal - The Official Match Thread FT 0-0
What ED said... with bells on...

Eerie Descent 2:28 Thu Dec 14
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You think we should stick 10 men behind the ball against lesser teams?

Fuck me, I know we had turned to shit, but if we play like that against the likes of Stoke, we might as well call it a different sport.

dealcanvey 11:30 Thu Dec 14
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If we can defend like that against City, Chelsea and Arsenal we should be very hard to beat for the rest of the season. Personally feel he should keep these tactics against the lesser teams and the players also mentally cannot afford to drop their game.

Rio61299 11:22 Thu Dec 14
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Defensively i loved how our back 5 were tight and narrow, our defensive shape was excellent. Yes we need more going forward and have to keep the ball better, but i thought we were giving the ball away due to tiredness. If the opposition has the ball that much then its hard work to stay mentally alert.

Credit to Moyes, i wasnt his biggest fan but he has got us working as a team which is all i wanted as a very start.

Pub Bigot 11:12 Thu Dec 14
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jfk 1:43 Thu Dec 14
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This.

goose 10:45 Thu Dec 14
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3 very organised & hard working performance on the spin now. 4 bonus points we wouldn’t expect without any damage to the goal difference.

Test is now to win a game where we have to take the initiative. Hopefully the team are much more confident now.

ironsofcanada 9:57 Thu Dec 14
Re: ⚽ West Ham v Arsenal - The Official Match Thread FT 0-0
So very rugged and well-drilled performances but not as good a performance as Chelsea, I agree.

Arthur seemed reluctant to try and take on his man (and maybe that is down to Bellerin) and it took away an outlet.

Lanzini also a little slow for whatever reason.

Need to learn to calm down in initial possession. Arsenal especially are not going to press you hard, especially last night.

Back three did well, Ogbonna needed the conditioning it seems as his one on one defending is back to very good. Reid was solid and Cresswell did very well even when Giraud figured out that he should be peeling off to him on long balls.

fraser 9:10 Thu Dec 14
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Great without the ball, woeful with it in the second half.

Couldn't get out cause we don't have the ability to pass to each other.

Good point and moving in the right direction.

13 Brentford Rd 8:46 Thu Dec 14
Re: ⚽ West Ham v Arsenal - The Official Match Thread FT 0-0
We do have the worst owners in the league Jaan.
A couple of decent performances doesn't change that.
Do you work for them, or maybe you are related?

Lertie Button 7:10 Thu Dec 14
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Due to the total lack of professionalism shown by the players under the old regime. Moyes has little option but to strip things right back to basics. He didn't get us into this mess just hope he can drag us out

Mex Martillo 7:10 Thu Dec 14
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I thought we played better than we did against Chelsea, shame it was just 1 point
Yes to keep improving we need something from Stoke

Private Dancer 6:18 Thu Dec 14
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Good point, but I take Sold's point, Arsenal aren't at their best right now and Southampton on Sunday did a lot better against them than we did. Still a good point, real shame we hit the bar last minute.

Need to beat Stoke to show that we are progressing.

normannomates 3:44 Thu Dec 14
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Sold 2.28
We're in the shit mate..Moyes and his boys are going back to basics..all starts from the back.

We ain't mid table ..can't afford chances against likes of goons..not pretty granted..but what's needed right now.

The fact Wenger is having a moan up is proof enough we done a good job tonight.

zico 3:30 Thu Dec 14
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Bournemouth went for it tonight and played really well at Man United but still lost. I'd love the team to play the West Ham way, push forward and entertain but right now it's about clean sheets and building confidence and a point is a good point. If we were sitting 8th and doing ok then yep I think Arsenal were there for the taking but we aren't 8th so every point is a bonus and a confidence builder.

To be fair we would probably have created more if the out ball had been better,. We gave it away at times far too cheaply but hopefully that will come. Moyes has made us more solid and in interviews he himself has an air of confidence that he didn't give off at Sunderland, but the next few games will show where we are more because against those around us we will hopefully try to attack more.

It's a decent start for him though. Really pisses me off when I hear the likes of Mourinho, Wenger and Guardiola knocking teams for defending against them, I mean what are you meant to do, play an open game and lose by 4 or 5?! It's a tactical plan and whilst not pleasing on the eye especially it had got us 4 points in the three games where I suspect most of us couldn't see us getting one point.

Good to see some players getting it back a bit as well. Oggy and Cresswell outstanding and credit to Nobes tonight. Yes he can be off the pace at times but he made some good interceptions and that pass to Chico was world class. Agree with others though I thought Wilshire was outstanding but I doubt the fella could string 10 games together without getting injured sadly.

simon.s 2:38 Thu Dec 14
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That was a very BFS type performance, let’s be honest. But yeah, a big improvement on the hiding we got last season.

Northern Sold 2:37 Thu Dec 14
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Speaking to some Goons in the pub ... they love him... but reckon their is deffo substance to a move to us....

Jaan Kenbrovin 2:36 Thu Dec 14
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We nearly did take them at the end.

Not bad considering we have the worst owners, manager, squad and stadium in the league.

It could have been worse, we could still have Bilic and lost by a hatfull in total disgrace.

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