WHO Poll
Q: 2017/18 Watford (a)
a. Moyes first game & like the postman he'll deliver, win.
38%
  
b. A tough first game for Moyes it'll be a test alright & I expect a point, draw.
19%
  
c. Different day and it'll be the same shit, lose.
25%
  
d. We should be pleaed the football's back but after the last humiliation and the Board's ineptitude, my passion for WHU has been sucked out of me
15%
  
e. I can't wait me, I'm our biggest fan and once again will be down the Rub a Dub kitted out and belting out David Moysie's Blue & Claret Army, I know all the songs me
3%
  



lars 1:06 Mon Nov 6
Statement by Chairmen
It is with disappointment and heavy hearts that we have made the decision to relieve Slaven Bilic of his duties as West Ham United manager.

Since joining the Club in the summer of 2015, Slaven has conducted himself throughout with honesty and integrity, and shown great determination and commitment to the role.

In his first season - our final campaign at the Boleyn Ground - he led the team to a memorable finish that no Hammers fan will ever forget, and gave us a 3-2 victory against Manchester United in our final home game there that will go down in West Ham United history.

During the summer, the Board invested heavily signing the players Slaven believed would complete the squad he needed to push the Club back towards the level we had reached in his first season, and we believe we have the players capable of doing that.

Sadly, performances and results have not been of the expected standard and, in recent weeks, we have not seen enough indication of the required improvement to give us the encouragement that things would change and we would meet our Premier League aspirations this season.

As custodians of the Football Club it is our responsibility as a Board to do what is best for West Ham United, and we believe a change is now necessary to ensure we can begin to move the team back in the right direction.

We see this as an exciting opportunity to appoint a quality manager to the position to inject fresh ideas, organisation and enthusiasm into a very talented squad.

We would like to thank Slaven for his efforts and wish him all the very best in his future endeavours. He will always be welcome at London Stadium, as a former player and manager who always gave everything for the Club. We would also like to place on record our sincere thanks to the team of coaches that assisted him.

We will now focus our entire efforts on bringing in the manager we believe can get the best out of the current squad of players and steer the Club towards the top half of the table as quickly as possible.

David Sullivan and David Gold


Read more at http://www.whufc.com/news/articles/2017/november/06-november/statement-joint-chairmen#Rd1fQabCFG6xdPOv.99

Surely that rules out Moyes then?

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hornchurchsteve 12:29 Tue Nov 7
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left-wing 5:35 Mon Nov 6

Oi wot u looking at? 12:28 Tue Nov 7
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They've got so much faith in him they pushed the boat out and gave him a six month contract. Players won't give s fuck because they know he will be gone barring a miracle. Absolute two bob fuckwits.

One McAvennieeeeee 12:24 Tue Nov 7
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"while the club showed compassion throughout the process."

Classic WHETSTONE.

Cunt.

Willtell 12:22 Tue Nov 7
Re: Statement by Chairmen
Brady axed Bilic
Posted by Sean Whetstone on November 7, 2017 in News, Whispers
BradyWest Ham Vice-Chairman Karren Brady was the director who sacked Slaven Bilic yesterday morning at Rush Green Training ground. The Baroness met with Bilic in which club sources say was a ‘very respectful meeting’.

David Sullivan and David Gold were absent from the meeting although the board had previously spoken on the phone to agree unanimously that he was time for a change. As with all these things, solicitors and Human Resources were involved but we are told that Slaven accepted his fate graciously and was a gentleman to the end while the club showed compassion throughout the process.

ClaretandHugh understand that Bilic will walk away with around £2m in compensation after the club terminated his contract early while his backroom team of Nikola Jurcevic, Edin Terzic, Julian Dicks and Miljenko Rak pick up around £1m in compensation for the early termination of their contracts.

Krap not Pu 11:14 Tue Nov 7
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Wondered what these tight wads were waiting for dismissing our clueless and quite clearly out of his depth manager.....then get told it was in contracts that if WHU were in relegation bottom 3 they could let them go with minimal compensation. FFS.

Crassus 5:44 Tue Nov 7
Re: Statement by Chairmen
More likely that Bilic knew before and she arrived to have papers, drafted first thing, signed - reports suggest she was there very briefly and I suspect that they will have wanted various confidentiality clauses and consequential settlements that would have taken longer to thrash

I don't have an issue with that

Private Dancer 3:56 Tue Nov 7
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Willtell - It's true, she was there and was seen. But don't agree it makes Sullivan a coward. You seriously think Sullivan, a hard nosed businessman, would be worried about telling Bilic he is fired, even when Bilic knew the game was up and wanted to go? Don't be fucking stupid. He is the owner so has other people to do this type of thing. Do you think Abramovich personally tells all his managers they are fired? Is he a coward too?

Willtell 3:47 Tue Nov 7
Re: Statement by Chairmen
I can't believe that an ITK said that Sullivan sent Lady Brady to fire Bilic! Fucking cowardly midget Russian Commissar wannabe!

Lily Hammer 3:17 Tue Nov 7
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easthammer 3:22 Mon Nov 6

Bang on, sadly.

This bit.....



IT IS NOT THE PLAYERS WE FOISTED ON BILIC THAT ARE RUBBISH HE WAS A BAD MOTIVATOR AND WE AINT GONNA BUY ANYMORE IN JANUARY


....is particularly distressing, both in what obviously happened, (SHIT INVESTMENT), and what is clearly not going to happen any time soon, (ANY IMPRESSIVE INVESTMENT).


For all the justified complaints about previous owners, how they were cheapskates and part time asset strippers, none of them have been as busy interering directly in what the manager does, or tries to do.

I can see how things looked pretty bleak, and why Bilic perhaps (ONLY PERHAPS) needed to be sacked, I can't help but feel he's been let down, for ages.

These chancers need to be very lucky in what happens from now on, or the fans will look back on not only having our home sold off to be made into yuppie kennels, but also for fucking over the kind of honest and passionate gentlemen, who thinks of the fans first. That's why he won so much patience from the fans.

Hermit Road 12:35 Tue Nov 7
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"Dan M 1:54 Mon Nov 6
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Sociopaths. Incapable of writing a simple "thanks and goodbye" piece with some self-aggrandising. Staggering myopic arrogance."

ATHammer 12:14 Tue Nov 7
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What a pair of cunts. Bilic, honesty, humility integrity.
Dildos, self serving bullshit. To suggest " this as an exciting opportunity to appoint a quality manager to the position to inject fresh ideas, organisation and enthusiasm into a very talented squad" and be linked to a serial failure like Moyes could only be West Ham under Sullivan and Gold.
Shameful.

lars 10:01 Mon Nov 6
Re: Statement by Chairmen
Moose, I just hoped it wouldn’t be Moyes, but it looks like the Sunderland saviour will be appointed anyway.

Dr Moose 5:40 Mon Nov 6
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lars 1:06 Mon Nov 6

Nothing in that statement says about a long term appointment, just an appointment to get us to mid table as quick as possible. I'm afraid that does reek of Moyes being appointed on an interim.

gph 5:38 Mon Nov 6
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But it was an exciting opportunity to appoint a quality manager.

Gone now, though

left-wing 5:35 Mon Nov 6
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"As custodians of the Football Club it is our responsibility as a Board to do what is best for West Ham United, and we believe a change is now necessary to ensure we can begin to move the team back in the right direction."

In response to that part of statement…

I couldn't agree more. You need to sell up, fuck off and let us all move on from your pitiful leadership.

Your tenure at our club has been one embarrassment after another. Every transfer window you make our toes curl in our shoes with your inane Tweets and comments in the press. Every time we hear you say there’s going to be a “big signing” we cringe. Why? Because we know there won’t be. We know it’ll be some past his best, marking time till retirement player or some international that has never really done anything in the Premier League or not unusually someone the majority of us have ever really heard of.

When you do, by pure luck, find someone good, they last a couple of seasons then disappear off with the money or “profit” from their departure spent on more of the above.

We’re sick of the way you run our club. We’re sick of the way you represent our club. We’re sick of you.

You’re incompetence is turning us into a laughing stock. You’re dismantling everything; running the club into the ground and making too many of us wonder when and where it will end. It’s only our complete loyalty that’s keeps us coming week in week out, supporting the club we love.

If you genuinely care about the club and have any respect for it's thousands of fans you’ll leave. You’ll leave now.

No-one is bigger than the club. That includes the owners and board.

We are not a brand. We are a football club. We are West Ham United Football Club.

neilalex 5:28 Mon Nov 6
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I think everyone reading will be struck by the contrast of the simplicity and sincerity of Bilic's sign off, and the lying, self serving, deflecting piece of shit put up by that pair of fucking mutts. 'Exciting Opportunity to appoint a quality manager' - that is just vile on so many levels.

One Flew 5:17 Mon Nov 6
Re: Statement by Chairmen
Easthammer - good summary

easthammer 3:22 Mon Nov 6
Re: Statement by Chairmen
Read between the lines

It is with disappointment and heavy hearts that we have made the decision to relieve Slaven Bilic of his duties as West Ham United manager.

AS WE NOW HAVE TO PAY HIM COMPENSATION

Since joining the Club in the summer of 2015, Slaven has conducted himself throughout with honesty and integrity, and shown great determination and commitment to the role.

WHICH WE FOUND UN-NERVING AS WE HAVE A SERIOUS DEFICIT OF BOTH HONESTY AND INTEGRITY

In his first season - our final campaign at the Boleyn Ground - he led the team to a memorable finish that no Hammers fan will ever forget, and gave us a 3-2 victory against Manchester United in our final home game there that will go down in West Ham United history.

AND HELPED US SELL TICKETS AT THE NEW GROUND

During the summer, the Board invested heavily signing the players Slaven believed would complete the squad he needed to push the Club back towards the level we had reached in his first season, and we believe we have the players capable of doing that.

IT IS NOT THE PLAYERS WE FOISTED ON BILIC THAT ARE RUBBISH HE WAS A BAD MOTIVATOR AND WE AINT GONNA BUY ANYMORE IN JANUARY

Sadly, performances and results have not been of the expected standard and, in recent weeks, we have not seen enough indication of the required improvement to give us the encouragement that things would change and we would meet our Premier League aspirations this season.

EVEN THOUGH WE PRETENDED TO GIVE BILIC TIME WE HAVE BEEN UNDERMINING HIM FOR MONTHS AND HOPED HE WOULD WALK

As custodians of the Football Club it is our responsibility as a Board to do what is best for West Ham United, and we believe a change is now necessary to ensure we can begin to move the team back in the right direction.

WE CAN NOW GET MOYES CHEAP AS HE IS MORE DESPERATE THAN US

We see this as an exciting opportunity to appoint a quality manager to the position to inject fresh ideas, organisation and enthusiasm into a very talented squad.

MOYES WILL HAVE TO WORK WITH WHAT WE HAVE

We would like to thank Slaven for his efforts and wish him all the very best in his future endeavours. He will always be welcome at London Stadium, as a former player and manager who always gave everything for the Club. We would also like to place on record our sincere thanks to the team of coaches that assisted him.

ALWAYS WELCOME AS WE WILL HAVE PLENTY OF SPARE SEATS

We will now focus our entire efforts on bringing in the manager we believe can get the best out of the current squad of players and steer the Club towards the top half of the table as quickly as possible.

WE HAVE BEEN LINING MOYES FOR FOUR WEEKS OR MORE SO HE WILL BE HERE TOMORROW

David Sullivan and David Gold
THE DILDO BRTHERS

Trevor B 3:18 Mon Nov 6
Re: Statement by Chairmen
They will no doubt say that they were referring to the end of the season when more managers might be available.

Kelly Smunt 3:17 Mon Nov 6
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"We see this as an exciting opportunity to appoint a quality manager to the position to inject fresh ideas, organisation and enthusiasm into a very talented squad."

Well, the ginger-headed, boring-as-fuck, clueless-twat sweaty sock it is then.

claypole 2:51 Mon Nov 6
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It sickens me that this cunt will have footnote in our history.

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