WHO Poll
Q: 2017/18 Leicester (h)
a. Moyes has had all week with the whole squad and that will make a difference, Win
14%
  
b. Where do we start, a point would be good, Draw
16%
  
c. Let's be honest we're a shambles, still letting in two goals a game so what chance, Lose
39%
  
d. "You've destroyed our fucking Club", the only way to get the pride back in WHUFC is when the Clowns leave, Who's up for a protest?
30%
  
e. Can you believe my luck, another game on SKY so back to the pub, head to toe in club merchandise and show that I'm hardcore West Ham who follows the Club home and away from my seat at the bar
2%
  



Athletico Easthamico 11:49 Sun Oct 22
Has Joe Hart got lead in his boots?
Not very agile is he?

Seems miles away from the keeper who leaped across the goal to save Payet's rocket free kick that was going into the top corner a few seasons back.

Pointless signing.

Ranks behind Ludo, Parkes, Green, Shaka and even Adrian.

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Pee Wee 12:57 Mon Nov 20
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Alex V 11:51 Sun Nov 19
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>>> No better than Adrian. Total waste of money

Nope that argument still doesn't work. He was replacing Randolph, not Adrian.




Wrong - he was replacing Adrian.

Adrian was replacing Randolph

eusebiovic 12:55 Mon Nov 20
Re: Has Joe Hart got lead in his boots?
"Has Joe Hart got lead in his boots?"

No, he has a turtles head in the back of his shorts

Texas Iron 12:54 Mon Nov 20
Re: Has Joe Hart got lead in his boots?
One very good save...

Can't save down to his left...

It's been effing obvious for a long time...England...City...West Ham...

Northern Sold 12:48 Mon Nov 20
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Northern Sold 7:41 Sat Oct 28
Re: Has Joe Hart got lead in his boots?
The thing is with Hart is that he can't get down low....

Takashi Miike 12:23 Mon Nov 20
Re: Has Joe Hart got lead in his boots?
is there any way to cancel the loan and send the cunt back. surely we can sue man city for him costing us so many points :.)

REALGSA 12:21 Mon Nov 20
Re: Has Joe Hart got lead in his boots?
He thinks he is better than us.

Put Adrian in, we beat spurs from 2 nil down away from home!

Alex V 11:51 Sun Nov 19
Re: Has Joe Hart got lead in his boots?
>>> No better than Adrian. Total waste of money

Nope that argument still doesn't work. He was replacing Randolph, not Adrian.

WHUDeano 11:47 Sun Nov 19
Re: Has Joe Hart got lead in his boots?
Joe Hart is not good enough, looks like he is standing in a foot of mud whenever he tries to move....but I'm not having the Adrian love in, he was shit last year - no one complained about him being replaced by Randolph, a player now playing at his level.

Neither Adrian or Hart are good enough at the moment. We are a team full of players who would have been great 5 years ago: Hart, Zabaleta, Ogbonna, Reid, Creswell, Noble, Hernandez, Fonte, Collins, Ayew, Arnautevic....Kouyate, Carrol, Sakho...how many of these players could you honestly say will possible improve over the next year?

I honestly think that Moyes needs to do something drastic - drop 3 or 4 for youth players, start Adrian, Rice, Quina, Martinez, drop Hart, Ogbonna, Lanzini, Carroll and make them realise that no one is safe without giving 100%.

simon.s 11:24 Sun Nov 19
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Gomez made him look a proper mug today.

Keep dreaming 11:23 Sun Nov 19
Re: Has Joe Hart got lead in his boots?
Said it from day one.

Insane publicity move.

mongo 11:15 Sun Nov 19
Re: Has Joe Hart got lead in his boots?
No better than Adrian. Total waste of money

gpike 10:31 Sun Nov 19
Re: Has Joe Hart got lead in his boots?
yep the bloke is finished. First big call by Moyes drop Hart

Sven Roeder 10:28 Sun Nov 19
Re: Has Joe Hart got lead in his boots?
Chocolate wrists for the second goal
Iā€™m sure every club has identified that weakness against any shot low to his left. Not sure Gareth Southgate has yet though
Will be an early test for Moyes to see if he has the balls to put Adrian in instead.

Athletico Easthamico 10:24 Sun Nov 19
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Beaten low down yet again.

Hope Moyes has got the balls to drop Hart.

cornish 10:39 Sun Nov 5
Re: Has Joe Hart got lead in his boots?
You wouldn't be a very good goalkeeper with that load of shit in front of you.

Sir Alf 8:17 Sun Nov 5
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Alfs 3:49 Sun Nov 5

Exactly. Another Sullivan vanity deal.

And while he interferes in the football side , we will never get a decent manager to take over.

Sullivan and Gold are ultimately responsible for creating this situation

wd40 8:08 Sun Nov 5
Re: Has Joe Hart got lead in his boots?
Phil Parks a big tall heavy lump of a bloke.
could always get down to save with his HANDS

God knows why today keepers try 50% of the time try to stop shots with their feet and our two do it 100% of the time.

Plus Hart can't even catch a simple ball coming gentle towards him.

geoffpikey 7:52 Sun Nov 5
Re: Has Joe Hart got lead in his boots?
What Alfs said. Add the fact we have no longer term keeper development and have simultaneously pissed off a perfectly decent Spanish Int'l (and , it seems, otherwise loyal Hammer).

Fucking BERKS.

Texas Iron 4:50 Sun Nov 5
Re: Has Joe Hart got lead in his boots?
Cannot get down on his left...

Saw this at City...and for England...

Byw...whats that black band on his right arm...???

Maybe he needs one on his leftarm...šŸ˜ƒšŸ˜ƒ

Alfs 3:49 Sun Nov 5
Re: Has Joe Hart got lead in his boots?
Waste of massive wages. All the Daves could see were shirt sales and the prestige of having England's number one between the sticks.

zico 3:40 Sun Nov 5
Re: Has Joe Hart got lead in his boots?
I think it's harsh to criticise Hart behind the shocking defence and midfield we have right now. To be fair he has probably saved more than he has conceded and if it hadn't been for some of his saves the results would have been a lot worse. Having said that I always like Adrian and yes there were other areas that should have been more of a priority.

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