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ooooh Morley Morley 7:06 Thu Nov 16
I’m quite optimistic about Moyes now... a moving forward with David thread.
Good coaching appointments
Looks to be addressing perceived lack of fitness
Not here to make friends but get results

In Moyes we trust...

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terry-h 3:00 Mon Jan 15
Re: I’m quite optimistic about Moyes now... a moving forward with David thread.
When you consider only three other managers have won 200 or more PL games you have to say Moyes is above average really. I know Redknapp is one of the other three but he along with Ferguson and Wenger are a good bit older.

Not that I'm singing Moyes's praise at all. I agree with Northern he has a lot to prove and we will see soon enough whether he is the real answer to the club's future.

Northern Sold 2:44 Mon Jan 15
Re: I’m quite optimistic about Moyes now... a moving forward with David thread.
You think I'm gonna have a normal conversation with you ?? You are a different league now Dancer in the bantz stakes... what next?? Dead kids??

That's the last response you'll ever get from me...

Private Dancer 2:38 Mon Jan 15
Re: I’m quite optimistic about Moyes now... a moving forward with David thread.
Not taking things around here seriously then? It's a football forum full of tits you stupid cunt. You think I give a fuck?

Now back on topic, you said Moyes is doing ok (ish) absolutely fucking laughable thing to say. The end.

Northern Sold 2:36 Mon Jan 15
Re: I’m quite optimistic about Moyes now... a moving forward with David thread.
Dancer Staler Cunt... I really thought you would be keeping your head low for a bit.... you know what I mean... surprised you can even show your face on here.... sums up the inner cunt in you I suppose

goose 2:32 Mon Jan 15
Re: I’m quite optimistic about Moyes now... a moving forward with David thread.
very impressed with the turnaround in Angelo Ogbonna......... well done ginger Dave.

think he's realised that Arnie & Lanzini are the key to scoring goals. free them both up and we are onto a winner.

ooooh Morley Morley 2:24 Mon Jan 15
Re: I’m quite optimistic about Moyes now... a moving forward with David thread.
Humble Pie for table 2.

Private Dancer 2:17 Mon Jan 15
Re: I’m quite optimistic about Moyes now... a moving forward with David thread.
Sold- Ok(ish) Fuck off fella, he is doing a lot better than fucking ok ish, jesus fucking wept. If it wasn't for that outrageous decision at B'mouth we'd be 9th now.

Ok(ish) You tit.

LeroysBoots 2:16 Mon Jan 15
Re: I’m quite optimistic about Moyes now... a moving forward with David thread.
What help has the board given him ?...seriously ?

ZERO

I think he's done a fantastic job considering the idiots running the club

Northern Sold 2:12 Mon Jan 15
Re: I’m quite optimistic about Moyes now... a moving forward with David thread.
Still early days yet and he is doing ok(ish)... think that line up at the Weekend works away from home against inferior opposition who have to have a go at us.... Arsenal at HOME... naaaah not for me... what I have liked about him he's been very honest in his interviews... what I have not liked is that he's almost kicking the FA cup into touch before a ball has been kicked... I've mellowed to him... but overall probably a 6.7/10 over all... so far

Kaiser Zoso 2:11 Mon Jan 15
Re: I’m quite optimistic about Moyes now... a moving forward with David thread.
The Lanzini transfer was happening before Bilic was appointed.

Arnautovic? Hard to see how any credit can go to Bilic, who turned a 25 million transfer into a heap of shit.

You can give Moyes credit for turning him back into a decent player though, shithead.

Swiss. 2:07 Mon Jan 15
Re: I’m quite optimistic about Moyes now... a moving forward with David thread.
I got slated in here a couple of month's ago when I said our defence was OK. OK I guess what I should have daid is our defenders are OK but just not organised. Moyes has done that.

But Bilic to be given credit for the signings of Lanzini and Arnie who are looking brilliant together.

Moyes had a lot to prove.

Kaiser Zoso 2:02 Mon Jan 15
Re: I’m quite optimistic about Moyes now... a moving forward with David thread.
So was Uwe Rsler

Lee Trundle 1:25 Mon Jan 15
Re: I’m quite optimistic about Moyes now... a moving forward with David thread.
Paul LAMBERT was a WHO favorite in the years gone by.

He's not really shown much since he left Norwich.

Spandex Sidney 1:17 Mon Jan 15
Re: I’m quite optimistic about Moyes now... a moving forward with David thread.
Everton appoint Sam and now Stoke appoint Paul Lambert!

I think we did alright really.

Seriously, looks like Stoke are planning for the Championship already

terry-h 12:59 Mon Jan 15
Re: I’m quite optimistic about Moyes now... a moving forward with David thread.
Sir Alf
I hope you are right about Mckinlay being a non-wrong un. I seem to recall he went bankrupt not long ago.

Sir Alf 10:56 Mon Jan 15
Re: I’m quite optimistic about Moyes now... a moving forward with David thread.
I think his coaching team are also a big reason behind him being able to make a " silk purse from a sows ear" that is the West Ham squad and team.

Does anyone know who he had at United, in Spain and Sunderland? His success at Preston and Everton featured Irvine and possibly Mckinlay in his backroom team? Pearce would strengthen that team in a different way as the voice of "motivation" or a kind of drill sergeant ? Irvine is supposedly a great training ground man who organises well and Mckinlay the geezer who puts his arm round the players ( in a non-wrongun kind of way ).

In other words, its Moyes and his team collectively that is having the desired effect?

terry-h 10:23 Mon Jan 15
Re: I’m quite optimistic about Moyes now... a moving forward with David thread.
I didn't want Moyes after his performance at Sunderland but when you examine the situation when he arrived, it certainly looks as if our fortunes have turned right round. He badly needs the backing of Sullivan in the transfer market though. If he doesn't get it,middle of the table is as far as we will go.

Private Dancer 9:32 Mon Jan 15
Re: I’m quite optimistic about Moyes now... a moving forward with David thread.
As I say, make your mind up.

Coffee 9:28 Mon Jan 15
Re: I’m quite optimistic about Moyes now... a moving forward with David thread.
Private Dancer 9:13 Mon Jan 15

"I thought..."

That makes a change.

stewie griffin 9:27 Mon Jan 15
Re: I’m quite optimistic about Moyes now... a moving forward with David thread.
Done a very decent job, and I much prefer him to the hideously disgusting fat oaf

Probably not the right thread for this to be fair, but still find myself feeling quite shit about football. Over the last month watching some of the top 6 then culminating in Liverpool v man city yesterday was utterly depressing. They're playing a completely different game. An absolute age away from what we and everyone else in the league serve up. Gap is getting more and more every year.

Private Dancer 9:13 Mon Jan 15
Re: I’m quite optimistic about Moyes now... a moving forward with David thread.
Coffee - I thought you liked BFS? Make your mind up ffs.

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