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Q: 2017/18 Brighton (h)
a. If e can stop being the masters of our own downfall we should take 3 points, win
70%
  
b. We seem too flaky at the moment and don't expect an easy game, draw
7%
  
c. We can't put teams away and have a soft underbelly, lose
14%
  
d. Did you know that Eurovision 1974 was held in Brighton and launched ABBA onto the world stage with Waterloo
7%
  
e. I love Friday Night Football, it gives me the chance to show everyone down the local just how big a West Ham nut I am, hat, scarf, shirt, you name it I'll be wearing it
2%
  



thecockneyboy 10:28 Sun Sep 25
Bilic could resign
As he loves the club and is an honest guy, I reckon if he can't sort it out in the next couple of games, he'll walk.

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Texas Iron 2:37 Thu Sep 29
Re: Bilic could resign
He may be honest...love West Ham...but he's not stupid...
Why should he resign...it's too early...and he will be paid off if sacked...!!!

claret50 12:54 Thu Sep 29
Re: Bilic could resign
I sincerely hope he doesn't resign, and the two Daves & the Brady woman would be bonkers to dismiss him.

Face 12:54 Thu Sep 29
Re: Bilic could resign
Unless he like Rangers more than Celtic, gilmore, you primitive, cave dwelling, flidoid CUNT?

Then obviously your priorities send you into a whirlwind of confusion.

happygilmore 12:51 Thu Sep 29
Re: Bilic could resign
bilic restored my pride in west ham after the bfs years. How great was last season! Like him too much not to back him to dig us out of this (temporary) hole.

Son of Anarchy 12:45 Thu Sep 29
Re: Bilic could resign
I've said it on here untold times, I never wanted Sam to leave but Slav was one of us and was a gamble which looked to be paying off.

Again...I point the finger at the Board, we've inder invested yet again with their poundland approach, commentating on our transfer deals on twitter & wanking over a loan signing like they've signed Messi on a free transfer.

I don't like changing the manager, it's not the West Ham way

The White Horse 12:38 Thu Sep 29
Re: Bilic could resign
At what point do they hit the panic button then with Bilic.
This is the soft underbelly of the schedule Watford - WBA - yes even Southampton are the games where 3 points should be a nailed on certainty. We can't get points up at these games then
we won't when the big boys turn up - no way.
We can't keep going back to last year - a lot of water has gone under the bridge since then - and Bilic has been integral to the process. We lose this week or get a point at best then what?
It's not like he's been embalmed in a tomb somewhere and just turned up this week. He also played a role in the poor signings no one is going to convince me that Sullivan ordained these.

i-Ron 5:58 Wed Sep 28
Re: Bilic could resign
I take it back about Upton Park being the smallest then.

We can be sure to beat the side with the smallest pitch though...no chance they can possibly adjust to our pitch!

Oh wait it's Watford and they scored 4 and took the piss...

Trevor B 5:53 Wed Sep 28
Re: Bilic could resign
ag ag ag

El Scorchio 5:49 Wed Sep 28
Re: Bilic could resign
'made for the exciting, passing football Hammers fans want to see'

But we want to see it from us rather than the opposition :)

harold 5:49 Wed Sep 28
Re: Bilic could resign
The pitch at UP was widened last season to the 'standard' 68m.

Dr Moose 5:41 Wed Sep 28
Re: Bilic could resign
62Hammer 4:09 Wed Sep 28

In short, No, Avram Grant was given the benefit of the doubt when he should have been sacked in the November; the cost, relegation.

As has been mooted, he'll have the next 3 games, lose and he'll be out, can't afford to go on credit for what was achieved last season, staying in the Premiership is what matters.

Gavros 5:35 Wed Sep 28
Re: Bilic could resign
I heard the design of the corner flags is really getting to top of players confidence.

i-Ron 5:26 Wed Sep 28
Re: Bilic could resign
If the pitch size is an issue then we should drop Noble immediately from playing the 19 other clubs away from home because Upton park was the smallest pitch in the premier league, and he simply won't be able to perform.

What puzzles me is that he was capable at West Brom, who have a pitch 1y x 1y smaller than the Olympic stadium and he played well and scored there not so long ago.

Can we please stop blaming the fucking pitch. It has to be the most embarrassing excuse I've read in a long time.

Trevor B 5:24 Wed Sep 28
Re: Bilic could resign
Confirmation that the pitch size was always meant to be bigger than The Boleyn:

The pitch will be five metres longer and four metres wider than the Boleyn Ground, identical to the size of Wembley, The Emirates and Old Trafford, and made for the exciting, passing football Hammers fans want to see;

http://www.whufc.com/New-Stadium/About/Design-Features

Buster 5:21 Wed Sep 28
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62Hammer 4:09 Wed Sep 28

Even more unbelievable that some of these wouldn't have a bad word said against Allardyce.

Thankfully Bilic has got much bigger bollocks than some of our support.

The Libertine 5:19 Wed Sep 28
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Bilic deserves a lot of credit and respect. That said, he also needs to take a look at the situation and asses whats wrong. Did he benefit last season from Allardyces defensive setup?Maybe, but for me it seems more that we this season expected things to be easy, new stadium will make us Champions league winners etc. We ended up being to comfy and are just now realising that everybody else will come and do everything they can to take us down. I find this situation similar to the great movie when Rocky Balboa in Eye of the Tiger trains with glimmer and glamour and loses to Clubber Lang. Get back to where you belong, get that mean look and hunger back! Forget about the glamour. It takes more than skills to succeed in any way of life, it takes hunger and desire and this is something Bilic has not brought to the scene this season.
And if the picth is to big for Noble or anybody else in claret and blue, then for gods sake paint the lines closer together.

62Hammer 4:09 Wed Sep 28
Re: Bilic could resign
Just unbelievable that people are saying Bilic should "fuck off now", after what he did for us last season. Doesn't he deserve more time and more respect? Apparently not, not these days. It's really quite extraordinary.

Crassus 8:37 Wed Sep 28
Re: Bilic could resign
This pitch size issue is or should be bollox

Dead easy way around it - build a pitch at the training ground of exactly the same materials and grass and to the same dimensions as the running track

Alternatively build one at the track to the same spec as UP - the gap is big, a bit bigger with better results is a price to pay

Arsenal have the same and so should we

The Cult Of Bill 2:06 Wed Sep 28
Re: Bilic could resign
He will not resign but he might get sacked next week if he loses vs Middlesbrough

camel-with-3-humps 2:04 Wed Sep 28
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This latest piss up expose after players seen on the lash until 5am in 'team binding' - it's is a joke.

The club is lost and in disarray. Billic needs to fuck off now.

Reality Cheques 1:51 Wed Sep 28
Re: Bilic could resign
"Bilic could resign "

Let's hope so & sooner rather than later.

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