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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
66%
  
b. We seem too flaky at the moment and don't expect an easy game, draw
9%
  
c. We can't put teams away and have a soft underbelly, lose
17%
  
d. Did you know that Eurovision 1974 was held in Brighton and launched ABBA onto the world stage with Waterloo
6%
  
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
3%
  



The old c wing 9:58 Tue Sep 26
Colin wanker anyone?
50-1 at the moment to be our next boss....

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ludo21 3:53 Thu Sep 28
Re: Colin wanker anyone?
Didn't he once say (when he was desperate) that he would be happy to manage lil' old West Ham?

WSM Hammer 3:50 Thu Sep 28
Re: Colin wanker anyone?
On a different note - Ancelotti has just been sacked by Bayern

13 Brentford Rd 3:22 Thu Sep 28
Re: Colin wanker anyone?
Is this serious?

He is a good championship manager but a shit premier manager, so no, stupid fucking thread!

Not to mention he was one of the most prominent Sheff Utd whingers over the Tevez saga. Have people got no self respect or memory?

gph 1:23 Thu Sep 28
Re: Colin wanker anyone?
Another branch of the Warnock family has made the same mistake - another Colin Wanker is Technical Director of Bluesmith Information Systems. Did a double take when I saw their poster asking for interns.

Unless it's the same person, moonlighting

Rusta 1:12 Thu Sep 28
Re: Colin wanker anyone?
*Di

I like him a lot but wouldn't do him all day long ha

Rusta 1:10 Thu Sep 28
Re: Colin wanker anyone?
Do Canio all day long

White Pony 11:09 Wed Sep 27
Re: Colin wanker anyone?
I'd rather have Carlton Cole as our manager.

Mex Martillo 11:03 Wed Sep 27
Re: Colin wanker anyone?
Sir Alf, I think you have lost the plot, just my opinion

Mex Martillo 11:01 Wed Sep 27
Re: Colin wanker anyone?
Was he posting his CV?

yngwies Cat 9:05 Wed Sep 27
Re: Colin wanker anyone?
I bumped into him in Richmond Post office

Sir Alf 7:52 Wed Sep 27
Re: Colin wanker anyone?
62Hammer 6:57 Wed Sep 27

Started going in the early 60s too and you are right, our usual position is usually either flirting with relegation, mid table of the odd good season. (we have only finished top half consecutively for 3 seasons twice and for 2 seasons 4 or 5 times in 60 years).

Trouble is, we were convinced to leave our UP home with the promise of top half and even top 6 finishes. Everyone can say they did not believe it but it was sold hard to get us to go.
Bilic gave us that 7th spot and then began sinking fast. 11th place last season was a last gasp thing as we had been in the bottom 6 most of the season. We were only 4 or 5 points above 17th.

The 2Bob owners should not have made promises. Few would have been prepared to move if they did not believe better investment and better finishes were coming. We have gone backwards in terms of league position and our net spend. To try and be balanced, we are only in season 2 at the OS so its early doors some might say but we are a dreadful side to watch currently and have one of the worst defensive records in all leagues these last 12 -15 months.

To your point, Mr Wanker has only had success outside the Prem and failed with every team he has brought up but can organise a team to not concede 100 goals in 50 odd games I would wager.

Of course, we would want better but at the moment Bilic has lowered the bar to the point where Warnock looks a better deal.

Just my opinion btw :-)

62Hammer 6:57 Wed Sep 27
Re: Colin wanker anyone?
Warnock's best work is outside the Premiership. And why would we want him to replace a manager who has got us to 7th, then 11th, and now a dodgy start - in other words, typical West Ham seasons for most of the 55 seasons I've been going?
Bilic has only been here two and a bit years - or are we now suddenly impatient to be a top-six team, or higher, just because we have a shiny new stadium?

Far Cough 5:39 Wed Sep 27
Re: Colin wanker anyone?
Curbs anyone?









Thought not

ludo21 5:37 Wed Sep 27
Re: Colin wanker anyone?
David Gold is supposed to have said (3-4 years ago) that he would like Chris Houghton to be the next West Ham manager.... obviously didn't happen at the time but Houghton's stock has risen since then so I could see it happening.

Obviously Gold is going senile so there is a chance he won't remember any of this!

Mr Anon 5:32 Wed Sep 27
Re: Colin wanker anyone?
I like Chris Houghton, underrated manager

REALGSA 5:08 Wed Sep 27
Re: Colin wanker anyone?
It will be Martin O'Neill....

ludo21 5:07 Wed Sep 27
Re: Colin wanker anyone?
Having absolutely detested the man during his Sheffield Utd / Carlos Tevez days I must admit that I quite like Colin.... he's often on Talksport and comes across as a decent, down to earth bloke.

He can obviously manage okay given what he did at Rochdale and now Cardiff.

IF we are bottom three in January he would be a good (very) short term solution to get us out of the mire but would he leave Cardiff if they were top of the table.

FWIW I think we are best off with Slav to see out his contract as there will be far more options available in the summer than now.

MikeHammer 5:04 Wed Sep 27
Re: Colin wanker anyone?
I don't have selective memory on Pardew - just think that we could appoint him and as such there is value in the betting - his time has gone imo but doesn't mean it wont happen !!

ludo21 4:58 Wed Sep 27
Re: Colin wanker anyone?
Wouldn't be surprised if Nolan went to Bolton... sad day if he ends up at ours.

VirginiaHam 4:58 Wed Sep 27
Re: Colin wanker anyone?
Why would we want a manager with a name like that? Wouldn't people laugh at us?

The Kronic 4:50 Wed Sep 27
Re: Colin wanker anyone?
Yes! A Warnock/Allardyce/Nolan/Pardew/Redknapp dream team. We could even add Pulls as an attacking coach.

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