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Q: Manuel Pellegrini
a. A great signing for the Club and maybe the change of direction we all need
b. It will only be a great signing if the Board back him with decent funds
c. This is West Ham so it will only end in farce
d. I'm not sure about this one, I'll wait until SKY is back to hear what Gary Neville thinks, then I'll voice my opinion

fraser 12:25 Sun Sep 24
Our throw ins.

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El Scorchio 11:22 Sun Sep 24
Re: Our throw ins.
They always take ages because our movement is so bad and no one makes an effort to get free to receive. Then the throw always goes to someone under pressure and often we have to go back or lose it.

Movement or lack of is also responsible for Hart having to wait ages to distribute the ball ans how ponderous we are going forward. If I can see it from row 31 I don't fucking know how our coaching staff can't.

Yesterday at one point we had the ball trying to attack and FOUR of our players including Carroll, Kouyate and Hernandez were basically standing still in a line on the edge of their area. Consequently the player with the ball had virtually no options. We use the ball so poorly.

J.Riddle 2:01 Sun Sep 24
Re: Our throw ins.
Looked like Bilic gave them the towel today to throw in, just before the 3rd went in after they rolled over.

simon.s 1:53 Sun Sep 24
Re: Our throw ins.
That fucking gaff kills any throw ins, good or bad. Takes an age to get it back.

Vexed 1:36 Sun Sep 24
Re: Our throw ins.
We have an amateur manager. What are you expecting?

Electric Retro-pants 1:31 Sun Sep 24
Re: Our throw ins.
We rarely do anything quickly these days! Sloooow build up play. Corinthian spirit innit!

And crap coaching and crap tactics!.

master 12:33 Sun Sep 24
Re: Our throw ins.
never take them quickly. never have an option of a person spinning and running in behind. instructions in training must forbid either.

fraser 12:27 Sun Sep 24
Re: Our throw ins.
We rarely retain possession from them, ffs how hard can it be to do the basic things right

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