WHO Poll
Q: 2023/24 Hopes & aspirations for this season
a. As Champions of Europe there's no reason we shouldn't be pushing for a top 7 spot & a run in the Cups
24%
  
b. Last season was a trophy winning one and there's only one way to go after that, I expect a dull mid table bore fest of a season
17%
  
c. Buy some f***ing players or we're in a battle to stay up & that's as good as it gets
19%
  
d. Moyes out
37%
  
e. New season you say, woohoo time to get the new kit and wear it it to the pub for all the big games, the wags down there call me Mr West Ham
3%
  



Come On You Irons 1:34 Wed Jan 3
Mubama
Let's face it. He was awful when he came on last night.

Supporters clamber for youngsters to be given a chance, but they must seize their opportunities and prove their worth when given game time. Mubama fluffed his lines last night. He's clearly not good enough. Looks like a League 1 level player to me.

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PwoperNaughtyButNot 9:48 Thu Jan 18
Re: Mubama
I’d hazard a guess and say Moyes has sat Mubama down and said to him that he needs to model his game on Antonio’s game.

That isn’t his game and it has wrecked him

Moyes has stumbled on this Kudas, Bowen Paqueta front 3 and if Antonio was fit we never would have seen it.

Bloke is spent

daveyg 9:31 Thu Jan 18
Re: Mubama
If he had as many minutes as Ings we could have judged.Typical Moyes approach to the youth. Play them when we are down to 10 or continiue with 10 behind the ball.
Under a better different manager who actually allows the youth to be given a proper chance he would of no doubt prospered more. It's as if Moyes wants to say "I was right not bringing on these kids as they did nothing" .
Would love Johnson go to Brighton and become a player too.

zico 8:55 Thu Jan 18
Re: Mubama
Mubama and Marshall up front together? Not with this manager!! Love to know what is said by the manager behind closed doors on the rare occasion he gives another player a chance. I was a tad harsh on Cornet the other night but like someone said below about Mubama, Cornet looked a bag of nerves. Is Moyes putting too much pressure on them to perform or they are out.

marty feldman 8:36 Thu Jan 18
Re: Mubama
He needs a loan spell . Anyone who's watched him in the youths .Knows he can hold the ball up . He looks as nervous as a kitten I can't blame him when you see who the manager is . Lyall greenwood and redknapp he isn't .

Sniper 6:53 Thu Jan 18
Re: Mubama
I don’t think mubama looks comfortable playing g up top on his own. A few times in the first game against city you could see
He was trying to do what he does with the youth team, which is making a yard of space for a shot from outside the box. But instead of having that hard, he’s getting closed down quicker. He needs some help and support - he looked good in pre season with cornet alongside him when we played a sort of 352. He also looked much better in the first game when ings came on and he seemed to drop
Out wide on the right more.

Expecting a youngster to be a target man is a big ask, that’s a huge jump from u21/u23 to first team. But he showed in the Burnley game that if you put balls in the right area, he makes the right runs. Again, in the first game against city, he was a bit unlucky when bowen played a ball across goal as he busted a gut to get through to it but bowen curled it so it cut back and went behind him

Nick QQQ 3:28 Wed Jan 17
Re: Mubama
hard to judge him on soundbites, but his touch and effort dont look right. Might be nervous but either way.

Pedro 3:20 Wed Jan 17
Re: Mubama
Early days but very impressed with Marshall.

Watched a lot of the youth games and has a hint of a young Craig Bellamy about him. Early days as I say.

bell 3:19 Wed Jan 17
Re: Mubama
Moo Trump?

Coffee 2:47 Wed Jan 17
Re: Mubama
bell 2:34 Wed Jan 17

You're asking for trouble, old fella.

I'll start: what do you get if you cross a cow with a former US president?

bell 2:34 Wed Jan 17
Re: Mubama
If he's the answer, I'm not sure what the question is

Lee Trundle 2:31 Wed Jan 17
Re: Mubama
He's done nothing of note with any of his chances, has he?

An argument could be made that he's not had much chances to shine, but he's not doing anything with the one's he's getting.

Pagey 7:52 Tue Jan 9
Re: Mubama
Eerie, the most pointless prick of all pointless pricks.

Lee Trundle 6:37 Tue Jan 9
Re: Mubama
Pagey 3:53 Tue Jan 9

"We’ve had Haller and Scamacca in recent years, who both didn’t work out for whatever reason"

It's pretty obvious what (or should I say who) the reason is why our strikers don't perform.

Manuel 6:35 Tue Jan 9
Re: Mubama
Dog - I said 20 odd years.

Tomshardware 6:32 Tue Jan 9
Re: Mubama
Can see this lad proving a few people wrong once he gets a few games under his belt.

Mad Dog 6:31 Tue Jan 9
Re: Mubama
20 years ??? Its actually a quarter of a century

David L 6:17 Tue Jan 9
Re: Mubama
Manuel - you think Mubama gets coached, seriously?

Eerie Descent 6:13 Tue Jan 9
Re: Mubama
Pagey; the most delicate of all delicate flowers.

Manuel 6:11 Tue Jan 9
Re: Mubama
Pagey - Yea that makes sense, so after what 20 odd years of WHO no one can call a poster out because it's their opinion on an anonymous forum? You should have said that decades ago fella, it would have saved a hell of a lot of time and heartache, lol.

Your post was a nonsense, you said ''yet people think Mubama will come in, score goals and hit the ground running''. Really not sure who thinks that, but I do think people expect him to have the basics in his locker after years of coaching at a PL club, yet he is miles off. That is my opinion on an anonymous forum by the way, so don't you dare challenge it :-)

Pagey 5:37 Tue Jan 9
Re: Mubama
Turn what in? Having an opinion? I thought that was pretty much the only reason why an anonymous forum exists?

Manuel 5:14 Tue Jan 9
Re: Mubama
Pagey - Turn it in, it's clear that this kid doesn't even have the basics as a starting point, regardless of who is standing on the touchline. But I agree that it's even harder to make it as a forward at the top level.

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