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arsegrapes 3:05 Mon Dec 30
Losing Payet ended Bilic as losing Arnie ended Pellegrini
Can see Moyes kicking off with the Snowman, there will only be one winner.

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arsegrapes 3:33 Tue Dec 31
Re: Losing Payet ended Bilic as losing Arnie ended Pellegrini
Agreed Chester, when you look at the bigger picture there is only one man pulling the strings.

ChesterRd 3:24 Tue Dec 31
Re: Losing Payet ended Bilic as losing Arnie ended Pellegrini
The only person who has full control of anything is Sullivan. He is the one who sets the budget and writes the cheques.

arsegrapes 3:24 Tue Dec 31
Re: Losing Payet ended Bilic as losing Arnie ended Pellegrini
I know it is rather simplistic, but the facts are Payet was world class and an irreplaceable talent, when he left we went to shit, and was the main reason more than all others combined for Bilic’s demise.

Likewise Arnie and Pellegrini inconsideration that Arnie’s goals single handily kept us up. Without Arnie we would have been relegated. When he left we again went to shit and Pellegrini's fate was sealed because he was unable to replace him with anyone remotely near his goal scoring ability.

Northern Sold 11:13 Mon Dec 30
Re: Losing Payet ended Bilic as losing Arnie ended Pellegrini
I think it was more that Arnie played like a complete and utter not giving a fuck wanker under Bilic...

Ritchie9 11:10 Mon Dec 30
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Mex Martillo 4:51 Mon Dec 30

Wrong, pellegrini and his staff had full control of transfers, so what ended pellegrini wasnt just an injured goalkeeper, allowing arnie, carroll, hugil, hernandez and perez to leave (I know there were reasons for their sales) but replacing all those forwards with just haller and ajeti, and allowing obiang to leave and replacing him with nobody leaving us with rice, an ageing noble and sanchez as the only central midfielders at the club, so considering our goalie was our player of the year last season you'd think he'd be looking to strengthen the midfield and defence to stop the keeper from facing all those shots in the first place, instead he spent £25 mill on another attacking midfielder in Fornals. But if you think only a fabianski injury has stopped us becoming a top side then there really is no help for you, but I think I speak for most people on here when I say I think we are all bored of this shit your spouting on almost every thread.

Queens Fish Bar 8:16 Mon Dec 30
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Context

11: West Ham managerial appointments in 108 years between 1902 and 2010.

6: West Ham managerial appointments in 8 years between 2011 and 2019, during the G&S era.

Jaan Kenbrovin 8:15 Mon Dec 30
Re: Losing Payet ended Bilic as losing Arnie ended Pellegrini
"Losing games ended Pellegrini.

He was given the opportunity to replace Arnautovic in a way that Bilic was never able to with Payet."

Bilic bought Arnautovic as Payet's replacement though? The only difference was it happened 6 months after we wasted 10m on Snodgrass.

factory seconds 7:48 Mon Dec 30
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i think the main thing that did pellegrini is a collective inability to play football. the regression from how we played against norwich to everton was mental and pellegrini panicked and started attempting to turn us into a stodgy workmanlike side with a snodgrass/noble/rice midfield.

it was curtains at that point to my mind. should've stuck to his principles and kept us attempting to play football. we ended up being caught in a middle ground where we couldn't defend and couldn't attack either.

Stubbo 7:42 Mon Dec 30
Re: Losing Payet ended Bilic as losing Arnie ended Pellegrini
Losing Arnie didnt end Pellegrini.

Arnie was largely injured and when not injured ineffective under Pellegrini.

I actually think what ended Pellegrini was starting this season well and then losing Fabianski when he did. Meant we werent galvanised for a battling campaign, and ended up throwing goals in with a clown between the sticks.

Arguably the other thing that did for him was signing Fornals over Lobotka

JimmyT 7:31 Mon Dec 30
Re: Losing Payet ended Bilic as losing Arnie ended Pellegrini
Losing Hugill could end Moyes.

Hermit Road 7:20 Mon Dec 30
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Both shit managers totally reliant on the individual brilliance of 1 player

Texas Iron 7:09 Mon Dec 30
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Mex...
Agree... Fabianski & Roberto caused his sacking...
But he really wasn’t competent any more...
Way past it...
Got a lovely millionquids sinecure based on history...nothing else...

The old c wing 5:41 Mon Dec 30
Re: Losing Payet ended Bilic as losing Arnie ended Pellegrini
Having a massive clear out and not effectively replacing squad players was probably the main issue. As evidenced by Roberto and Ajeti.

This, coupled with tactical ineptitude.

flyingV 4:57 Mon Dec 30
Re: Losing Payet ended Bilic as losing Arnie ended Pellegrini
Losing games ended Pellegrini.

He was given the opportunity to replace Arnautovic in a way that Bilic was never able to with Payet.

Stubbo 4:57 Mon Dec 30
Re: Losing Payet ended Bilic as losing Arnie ended Pellegrini
I expect Anderson to be the main casualty of Moyes' reign, along with Wilshere and Yarmalenko.

Mex Martillo 4:51 Mon Dec 30
Re: Losing Payet ended Bilic as losing Arnie ended Pellegrini
Wrong, losing Fabianski to injury and thinking Roberto was Premier League standard ended Pellegrini

ironsofcanada 4:39 Mon Dec 30
Re: Losing Payet ended Bilic as losing Arnie ended Pellegrini
Haller did everything Arnautovic could and then lost form with the rest of the team.

Whether that can be turned around, I don't know.

southbankbornnbred 4:33 Mon Dec 30
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I'm no fan of Moyes, and think it is a terrible appointment for the club generally. But I think he's the sort of manager who will appreciate Antonio and get a lot from him.

We shouldn't kid ourselves: he will improve some players (those who thrive on a higher tempo, steely and more traditionally "British" game). But he's generally uninspiring and negative with his tactics. I can see some players hating him - but I don't think Antonio will be one of them.

hammer205 4:14 Mon Dec 30
Re: Losing Payet ended Bilic as losing Arnie ended Pellegrini
It’ll be more than one player that ends moyes it will be the team!

dealcanvey 3:44 Mon Dec 30
Re: Losing Payet ended Bilic as losing Arnie ended Pellegrini
Think Haller has as many goals at the halfway stage as Arnie did last season?

claypole 3:41 Mon Dec 30
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Not replacing them adequately probably played a bigger part in ending their reign

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