WHO Poll
Q: 2017/18 Leicester (h)
a. Moyes has had all week with the whole squad and that will make a difference, Win
15%
  
b. Where do we start, a point would be good, Draw
13%
  
c. Let's be honest we're a shambles, still letting in two goals a game so what chance, Lose
42%
  
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?
26%
  
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
4%
  



BMorris 12:05 Fri Oct 27
Jonathan Calleri
He's scored 2 for Las Palmas tonight in a 4-1 over FT Deportivo La Coruna. Not bad goals.

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chedylan 2 5:43 Fri Oct 27
Re: Jonathan Calleri
A crap player who is not up to the premier League in anyway at all. Would always do better in Spain playing for one their weaker teams. Like Zaza, and probably like bilic.

After he's gone you'll never see any of them in England again.

Grumpster 4:53 Fri Oct 27
Re: Jonathan Calleri
Coruna are just about the worst team in that league and played a weakened team.

Good luck to him, but judging by the games I've seen him play in Spain (well only 2), he'll only be scoring against the gash, as he just isn't that good.

Bizarrely I turned on a Chinese Super League game recently and Vaz Te was not only playing but got a couple of goals. Had no idea he was over there. Still scores when he wants it would seem!

Sven Roeder 4:52 Fri Oct 27
Re: Jonathan Calleri
At the end of the day strikers can earn more time by scoring
Players ‘settle’ at different rates but all you ask is that you can see a spark of something
Someone like Kanoute who debuted on loan against Wimbledon when DiCanio scored the volley .... it was obvious after about 2 mins we should sign him
Tevez you could see he was a player so the crowd stuck with him.

Callieri .... didn’t even see a sign of a pulse as a footballer
Like Zaza he maybe even got worse as time went on.

nychammer 4:30 Fri Oct 27
Re: Jonathan Calleri
some players click at some clubs and not at others. I remember John Hartson, quality for us, sold to Wimbledon and completely disappeared.

Also we expect instant success and it sometimes takes players half a season to get 100% used to playing in a new set up. Fonte is having a much better season than last, and perhaps Ayew will rediscover the form that had us paying 20m for him after last seasons stop-start season marred by injury.

zebthecat 3:39 Fri Oct 27
Re: Jonathan Calleri
gph 3:18 Fri Oct 27

True that. He was a good athlete, pressing the defenders, looking for runs but as soon he did get clear of the defence with the ball he panicked.

BRANDED 3:26 Fri Oct 27
Re: Jonathan Calleri
I think some players are just suited better at some clubs than others. Its no surprise that most British players don't go abroad.

Sven Roeder 3:24 Fri Oct 27
Re: Jonathan Calleri
Most strikers you can imagine what they will do to score a goal .... outpace a defender, win a header, unleash a shot etc
Watching Callieri I went blank.
Can recall him through one on one v Bournemouth and 3 yds from goal with the ball v Tottenham and still looked incapable of scoring.
The goal v Boro only went in because it was deflected and presume they didn’t have the heart to take it away from him.

gph 3:18 Fri Oct 27
Re: Jonathan Calleri
He always looked frightened when he played for us. A lot of his play looked frightened too.

Perhaps he's thrown off his stage fright.

Sarge 3:13 Fri Oct 27
Re: Jonathan Calleri
always thought he'd have been better in a 2 rather than up top on his todd with two wide players feeding him.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 2:45 Fri Oct 27
Re: Jonathan Calleri
If anything Bilic persisted too long with Calleri who, for all his faults, responded by giving 100% in every game he played. I fail to see how his lack of success can be attributed to a falling out with the manager.

threesixty 2:29 Fri Oct 27
Re: Jonathan Calleri
One thing I will say about Calleri is that he never went "missing" in a game.
He was always getting in scoring positions.
Just didn't have the nerves or accuracy to convert under pressure.

I think in a team that was doing well he probably wouldn't have been so nervous.

I think he could have done well here given time and a better coach. (something we do not have!)

pdbis 2:22 Fri Oct 27
Re: Jonathan Calleri
Could be that Bilic is a shit manager and doesn't know how to manage players as he falls out with a lot of them if they disagree with him.

Fivetide 2:19 Fri Oct 27
Re: Jonathan Calleri
Please also tell us about how Mauro Zarate, Manuel de Costa, Alassandro Diamanti, Ravel Morrisson, Victor Obinna, Modibo Maiga, Simone Zaza etc... etc.. are all 'doing', as it is always endlessly interesting.

cygnet 1:05 Fri Oct 27
Re: Jonathan Calleri
How he didn't win goal of the season for his effort against Middlesborough I'll never know.

terry-h 1:12 Fri Oct 27
Re: Jonathan Calleri
No pace for the PL.
Zaza had the same problem.

VirginiaHam 12:43 Fri Oct 27
Re: Jonathan Calleri
collyrob 12:19 Fri Oct 27

1-1 with the Bournemouth keeper, missed the target.

1964 12:30 Fri Oct 27
Re: Jonathan Calleri
Never done it for us - move on!

collyrob 12:19 Fri Oct 27
Re: Jonathan Calleri
All I'm saying is he should have been giving more of a chance here. If he can do it in Spain he could do it here.





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