WHO Poll
Q: 2017/18 Watford (a)
a. Moyes first game & like the postman he'll deliver, win.
47%
  
b. A tough first game for Moyes it'll be a test alright & I expect a point, draw.
23%
  
c. Different day and it'll be the same shit, lose.
13%
  
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
14%
  
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
4%
  



LeroysBoots 2:32 Mon Nov 6
How About We Support The New Manager ?
Some of you need to take a long hard look at yourself.

if it is to be Moyes most have written him before before he has started, what is that going to do for our chances to stay up ?.

We have a team of old, overpaid under performing prima donnas, maybe we need someone to give them a rollicking rather than an arm around the shoulder.

I'm at least prepared to back the new guy, so should all of you

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roltrader 12:42 Wed Nov 8
Re: How About We Support The New Manager ?
".......The general view is they approached Silva, Mancini, Hiddink, Ancellotti, Pellegrino and Koeman. Some were keen but not until the end of the season, some were not interested."

....cant stop laughing at that one !!!

Northern Sold 12:23 Wed Nov 8
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stewie griffin 10:27 Wed Nov 8
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"But anyway, allegedly, the overall message was lack of discipline and lack of intensity in training.

Seems a bit odd to me that this message wasn't given to him before now. Although it may have been and he never acted on it? "

Most of the snivelling little turds just moaned to the owners and to their mates about it. If they were that bothered, they had 23 other hours in the day to work on their own fitness, although I don't suppose that dawned on them.

Still, no excuses for them now - they have ORGANISATION and DISCIPLINE. All on their heads now as far as I'm concerned, not MOYESIE.



Agree with all that... sums up the current shit cunt players we have in the squad... rather than sorting this YEARS ago they come out with it now... `You never made me fit enough'... do fuck off you lily livered cowardly cunts...

Takashi Miike 12:19 Wed Nov 8
Re: How About We Support The New Manager ?
watching a clip from BEIN at the weekend when the Chest Tarmaccer asked him if he fancied the job, the body language shows it was already a done deal

Hermit Road 11:26 Wed Nov 8
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I don't believe for one second that the board seriously went after better or more ambitious options. I believed that may have rung Ancellotti and offered him 50k per year and a free studio flat in Barking Rd, I don't believe for one second any serious attempt was made. They havent got it in them. They're cheap. Even for people like me who desperately wanted to give them the benefit of the doubt, the truth is too apparent to ignore.

Stubbo 11:10 Wed Nov 8
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By all accounts it seems like something he has in common with Bilic is he's not even close to the board's first choice.

The general view is they approached Silva, Mancini, Hiddink, Ancellotti, Pellegrino and Koeman. Some were keen but not until the end of the season, some were not interested.

That means our options reduced to fhe likes of:

Moyes
Pardew
Redknapp
Allardyce

The board have made the call that Moyes is the best of that bunch (probably heavily influenced by Tony Henry who worked with him previously), within the constraints they want to impose (contract that whilst for a couple years can be torn up in 6 months time on a whim given they dont view him as the long term solution as of now).

The time to judge them on that will be in about 10 to 15 games time when we see if he's had an impact or not, given this season is now basically a rescue job.

If we stay up the next time to judge will be at seasons end where if Moyes hasn't pulled up trees, do they go and get a manager that ties to their supposed ambitions.

Razzle 10:58 Wed Nov 8
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One McAvennieeeeee 10:31 Wed Nov 8

Says it all

One McAvennieeeeee 10:54 Wed Nov 8
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I hope it doesn't cover his ears next Sunday....

White Pony 10:53 Wed Nov 8
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True Macca, it's time people started addressing the root cause of most of our ills and he wears a stupid fucking Russian hat.

One McAvennieeeeee 10:51 Wed Nov 8
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I'm sure he will get a chance. I'm hoping the VENOM is saved for the people who thought it a good idea to employ him.

Moyes won't give a fuck though. He's been handed an unbelievable job. Good luck to him.

Hermit Road 10:49 Wed Nov 8
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There was a problem with Bilic and he probably had to go, I say probably because it only made any sense if he was replaced with someone better. There is nothing to suggest that Moyes is that man. His recent record is terrible, the worst in the league in fact, despite having plenty of money to spend last year he came last and almost single-handedly destroyed team morale, talking of relegation at the start of the season.

If you really have to compare Moyes to Bilic, then compare them like-for-like when they competed against each other. Last season for example. Moyes had a greater net spend, yet contrived to finish far below. It doesn’t suggest he was better.

Who knows, he may take us to premier league and Champions League glory within the 3 years, that doesn’t mean he isn’t the most unambitious, cheap and limited appointment we could have made now though. A truly shocking appointment that you could only support if you wilfully ignored any evidence available to you.

White Pony 10:48 Wed Nov 8
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Yep, the site is and always has been fullnof kneejerk cunts. At the other end of the spectrum are those that are blind to a manager's faults, for whatever reason. It would just be nice if, for once, the bloke is given a chance. My current opinion is that Moyes is a shambles but I hope he proves me wrong.

stewie griffin 10:48 Wed Nov 8
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Ricky SBRAGIA

Mr. Burns 10:47 Wed Nov 8
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Fair enough Griff0 but by flirting with relegation for all those years the inevitable would have happened at some point.......but I like your list of names.

Russ of the BML 10:47 Wed Nov 8
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It's more to do with the owners letting another opportunity to get in a top manager slip by.

Russ of the BML 10:46 Wed Nov 8
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I think the frustration for fans is not actually anything personal with Moyes. It's more to do with the owners letting another opportunity to get in a top manager.

stewie griffin 10:45 Wed Nov 8
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"and no one maybe could have saved them "

apart from

Martin O'NEILL
Dick ADVOCAAT
Gus POYET
Sam ALLARDYCE
Paolo DI CANIO

and

Ricky SBRAGIA

One McAvennieeeeee 10:44 Wed Nov 8
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Who thought Bilic could do no wrong? Fuck me, there was a thread on here for him to be sacked after his 3rd league game, and have been subsequent ones ever since. People have wished for his death on here ffs. It's the 'charm' of this site and it's experts.

I think you're a bit paranoid.

stewie griffin 10:43 Wed Nov 8
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Chip Shop Charlie 10:35 Wed Nov 8
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Over the last two seasons we've scored an awful lot of late goals as well. Many of our shit 1-0 wins at the cesspit have been secured via injury time winners. Swansea this season being the most recent example. We didn't concede in the last minute at Crustal Palace because players were unfit, we conceded because Antonio is a thick cunt, and some of his team mates are almost as thick.

Still, overall I agree, improved fitness can only be a good thing - but as I say, on the assumption that's what Moyes brings, I hope the criticism for the players failings is directed where it should be, and not at the new manager

White Pony 10:43 Wed Nov 8
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I think I just made my point. I have exactly the same concerns as you on Moyes. However, he's on to even more of a loser from day one with those fans who thought Bilic could do no wrong. He simply won't be given a chance.

Mr. Burns 10:41 Wed Nov 8
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If Moyes is so good at getting teams fit and organised, like I keep hearing, then why did Sunderland go down with such a whimper last season? Granted it's a shit show there and no one maybe could have saved them but with the traits he supposedly has i'd have expected a slightly better effort.

One McAvennieeeeee 10:39 Wed Nov 8
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I'm not talking about Bilic? I don't know why you keep mentioning him. That's another conversation surely? I sense you're trying to make a point though, so just make it?

This is about Moyes, and I think my concerns are genuine and not at all 'snidey' as you were quick to point out.

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