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madeeasy 6:40 Sat Mar 3
Are we best off long term going down?
I've been there enough before and it hasn't been that bad.

Let's look at what we will lose. Some shit high paid players. The shit tourist fans. The owners would lose a lot of money. This cunt of a manager we currently have.

The premier league is not the be all and end all of football and if staying up each season is an achievement is success whilst watching shit football then I'm up for going down and watching some players that want to try a d want to play for the shirt. Don't get me wrong I remember some shit games when we were down as well.

I've simply had enough of our stadium, owners, excuses and even "our famous fans" who seem to have sold us out after sitting there looking at Brady's cleavage and doing whatever she asks.

I'm sick of it all tbh and feel so sorry for all our fans that have travelled the past few weeks to watch this shower of shite whilst getting bullshit lies and excuses from everyone in our club.

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North Bank 2:09 Wed Mar 7
Re: Are we best off long term going down?
w4hammer 10.17 when we sacked Bilic we were linked with Jokanovic and I was excited about that prospect, unfortunately they plumped for Moyes a long term favourite of Sullivan

That sums up our owners totally uninspirational, just like their tenure

Sniper 1:17 Wed Mar 7
Re: Are we best off long term going down?
My view on this is Keats the same - no, you’re never better off going down. You may get the parachute payments and ‘clear out some dead wood’ and even save in wages with some relegation clauses built into contracts, but any form those players can be sold or released anyway at less cost than the losses from going down

And whilst many on here have a romanticised view of the second tier, let’s not forget that the two seasons in the championship under Pardew were pretty atrocious with a revolving door of players and failing to string 3 wins together (whilst getting battered by millwall) whilst under big sam we played shitty hoofball and failed to break down teams that sat back, screwing up our automatic promotion chances. The fond memories come from the play offs which are a lottery anyway

The tactic of buying old cheap shit players will still happen (se Carew, Diop, Faye) to dig us out and expensive championship
Level players (Nolan, Taylor) because the board think they are clever that they ‘know how’ to grow back up after relegation (in fairness they do, because they have plenty of experience getting relegated in the first place) But it won’t solve the issue and that is that our current strategy doesn’t work in the premier league, the club is is managed and the ground will still not be a football ground. It’s just we’ll be hosting Preston orndoncaster or someone instead of the big clubs.

We stand every chance of doing a Sunderland or Birmingham, if we do go down

Willtell 1:05 Wed Mar 7
Re: Are we best off long term going down?
I don't think any WH fan wants us to go down.

It does have a saving grace in seeing G&S eat shit though...

, 11:56 Wed Mar 7
Re: Are we best off long term going down?
Just look at the Championship table and below. You’ll see more than several erstwhile PL teams that have “ benefitted” from PL relegation. These teams mostly have in common the failed stewardship of their owners.

What our owners know is that if we go down it is imperative to get back up straight away. We did it by the skin of our teeth last time but who knows what will happen if the owners take us down again.

ironsofcanada 11:52 Wed Mar 7
Re: Are we best off long term going down?
Worth considering but I think chances of us getting new owners that are decent is better in the Premier League.

Is that not the ultimate goal?

WHU(Exeter) 11:46 Wed Mar 7
Re: Are we best off long term going down?
No we're not.

This board consider relegation as a run of the mill occupational hazard, that is always everyone else's fault but their own.

They relegated top flight clubs 3 times in 5 seasons, a unique record that will never be broken, but still see themselves as saviours.

Getting us relegated after a load of 'next level' bollocks is business as usual for them.

JayeMPee 10:51 Wed Mar 7
Re: Are we best off long term going down?
The only positive I can think of if we go down is seeing the scum who own our club sat in their superior seats looking out at a stadium which is two thirds empty.

Jaan Kenbrovin 10:46 Wed Mar 7
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I'd have taken Jokanovic as manager over Moyes in a heartbeat.

w4hammer 10:17 Wed Mar 7
Re: Are we best off long term going down?
A pal of my son's runs this blog for Fulham - this is his post after the 3 nil versus the blades last night

@jackjcollins
9h9 hours ago
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Absolutely sensational at the Cottage tonight. Fulham’s passing game is sublime and the keep-ball in the second half breathtaking at times. Mitrovic unplayable, Cairney majestic, Bettinelli dominant.

These are the days we waited for.

#FFC #COYW #FULFORCE

Now I know we all snigger at fulham however when did anyone at west ham ( thats wasnt part of the club propaganda machine)last feel they could even think let alone type that - 2 + seasons back?!

Going down with this bunch of cunts in charge would mean sticking with moysey and bullying our way out of the league with "experienced" pro's/...

Wolves and fulham are showing you can play you way out of the division

Is it too much to ask that we have a team and playing styel thats easy to the eye and gets results/!

Westham67 12:21 Wed Mar 7
Re: Are we best off long term going down?
Yes I hope they(Not we) go down

Crassus 11:33 Tue Mar 6
Re: Are we best off long term going down?
Private Dancer 2:45 Tue Mar 6

I'll go further - I want the cunts relegated, they have destroyed everything that was West Ham - let the whole rotten ediface fall and keep going

Utter cunts

Pee Wee 11:26 Tue Mar 6
Re: Are we best off long term going down?
If I had the power in my hands right now to stay up or go down I'm not sure what I'd choose.

Sydney_Iron 5:38 Tue Mar 6
Re: Are we best off long term going down?
Yes PD, leave late next week, relaxing weekend in LOS on the way over and then hopefully the bitterly cold weather will have well and truly fucked off by the time i get to Gatwick, got tickets for the Southampton game just before i come back, so looking forward to that and my first impressions and visit to the cesspit!

Private Dancer 5:24 Tue Mar 6
Re: Are we best off long term going down?
Syd - Yep, exactly.

You getting geared up for your trip?

Sydney_Iron 4:56 Tue Mar 6
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Willtell 1:08 Tue Mar 6

But you don’t Willtell, tried that on our last relegation……….all that happens is you don’t see as many games but you become very aware and a bit of an expert on what’s going on in the championship! Oh and you still follow the PL feeling a bit left out………

When we are in the PL though, I haven’t got a clue what’s happening in the championship nor do a I care much, im vaguely aware Sunderland are bottom and that’s about it, who is likely promoted I really not sure, Wolves I think were doing well, Villa, Norwich at a guess??

Westham67 4:27 Tue Mar 6
Re: Are we best off long term going down?
To Wittell

Westham67 4:26 Tue Mar 6
Re: Are we best off long term going down?
Same as that mate

Private Dancer 2:45 Tue Mar 6
Re: Are we best off long term going down?
I honestly wouldn't give a fuck if we go down. I'd cancel my PL subscription save money and forget about this cunt fucking football club. Fuck off. Hope we go down.

Willtell 1:08 Tue Mar 6
Re: Are we best off long term going down?
Yes please. Then I will be released from my stupid unreasonable passion for WH because I won't see games any more....

Mad Dog 12:44 Tue Mar 6
Re: Are we best off long term going down?
Coventry don't own their own ground.

How did relegation work out for them??????

jimbo2. 12:27 Tue Mar 6
Re: Are we best off long term going down?
Your mum, brilliant, true & made me laugh! Sadly though some idiots on here won't understand the point you have cleverly made!

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