WHO Poll
Q: 2022/23 You are the Chairman what do you do with Moyes?
a. Stick with him obviously, he's delivered two good seasons back to back and will see us out of this dip in form
22%
  
b. If we're still lingering around the bottom three by the start of the WC then that's the time to get rid
37%
  
c. What are we waiting for 2 wins in the last 20 PL games is reason enough to sack him, go now
36%
  
d. I've just got my new Orange & White 3rd Kit with Moyesinho on the back, I can't wait to wear it down to the supermarket, they call me Mr West Ham around here
5%
  



Hammer Oz 1:57 Mon May 23
WHO will be in melt down
After yesterday's game it guarantees WHO will be in meltdown for a few months
Therefore, I will be away.
It's dire at the best off times so this will be unbearable
Yes, yesterday was not good but regardless of reasons it's over so let's move on
See you (maybe) soon

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Keep dreaming 9:36 Tue May 24
Re: WHO will be in melt down
Are referring to Moyes or yourself? I would agree to both

Kaiser Zoso 9:23 Tue May 24
Re: WHO will be in melt down
You’re like one of those pieces of shit that keeps resurfacing after flushing, and you’re convinced it’s fuck off for good, only to see it reappear

Keep dreaming 9:20 Tue May 24
Re: WHO will be in melt down
As quoted by the Evening Standard, Moyes said: “It doesn’t feel like I’ve done a good job this season at the moment because I wanted better.

“I can only think of my last game and maybe in a few weeks’ time I’ll change my thoughts, but at the moment I’m angry with the players today because I’m not going to have the way they performed.

What a jock Scot cunt

Queens Fish Bar 11:35 Mon May 23
Re: WHO will be in melt down
chim chim cha boo 2:11 Mon May 23

So true - sadly.

Swiss. 8:01 Mon May 23
Re: WHO will be in melt down
A Moyes season is like getting Megan Fox into bed and enjoying foreplay only for you not to be able to get it up.

Useless sweaty failure.

Manuel 5:44 Mon May 23
Re: WHO will be in melt down
Alfs - Having a summer break don't count as a WHOicide. Thought you would know that after proudly being on here for 25 years.

Alfs 5:24 Mon May 23
Re: WHO will be in melt down
Been a while since the last Whoicide.

See ya...

RM10 3:14 Mon May 23
Re: WHO will be in melt down
Yeh I’m off for the summer leaving those known twats on here, have a good one.

Side of Ham 2:25 Mon May 23
Re: WHO will be in melt down
I always feel like Ratched is watching meeeeeeee, whoaaaa, whaaaoooo.......

ted fenton 2:18 Mon May 23
Re: WHO will be in melt down
Swims past.

Nurse Ratched 2:12 Mon May 23
Re: WHO will be in melt down
"What a pathetic, attention seeking thread. Thank fuck he’s not posting anymore."


Yeah, but he'll be reading.



And masturbating.

nychammer 12:16 Mon May 23
Re: WHO will be in melt down
We came so close to winking our first trophy in decades and champions league next season, and yesterday we blew a half time lead and Europa qualification next season. If we had invested in the striker we have so badly needed, things could have been different. Frustration and disappointment and the voicing of it is natural to be expected.

Not denying it hasn’t been an excellent couple of seasons in the context of our recent history of underachieving and how many years have we been talking about building for success? Well here it is, relatively speaking, and don’t we want to keep it going? I just have little faith in our current stewardship, indeed if we now sell Rice and Bowen and don’t replace them we’re well on our way back to mediocrity and seasons of grim struggle.

I want to see us build on this not throw it away What’s the point of that?

Takashi Miike 11:47 Mon May 23
Re: WHO will be in melt down
yes, but it all goes back to those cunts in charge, whether you want to believe it or not

this is from a BBC page in December 2014.......

"SAM ALLARDYCE - OVER-ACHIEVEMENT IS DANGEROUS

West Ham United manager Sam Allardyce says over-achievement is "very dangerous" after the sackings of Neil Warnock and Alan Irvine from their posts at Crystal Palace and West Brom respectively.

Allardyce believes that more anger and less patience in the stands means that managers "have to stand the heat" more than ever before to keep their jobs.

The Hammers have enjoyed an excellent first half of the season, picking up 31 points from 19 games, but Allardyce believes his side must continue to evolve and win football matches if he is to keep his job as a Premier League boss"

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/av/football/30633601


we won just three more games after that press conference, and the walrus was gone at season end

fraser 11:30 Mon May 23
Re: WHO will be in melt down
That's exactly my point.. After January with the limited resources it's a decent result, but there was no need for it.

riosleftsock 11:27 Mon May 23
Re: WHO will be in melt down
Tbh fraser, my disappointment was in the Jan transfer window and my expectations were reset then.

I will wait and see what we do in the summer and if we keep hold of Bowen and Rice.

fraser 11:23 Mon May 23
Re: WHO will be in melt down
Cracking season with a very small squad and key players injured.

Isn't that the point it didn't need and shouldn't have been the above

riosleftsock 11:17 Mon May 23
Re: WHO will be in melt down
Finished 7th
EL semi final

Cracking season with a very small squad and key players injured.

fraser 11:16 Mon May 23
Re: WHO will be in melt down
So what's the logic here?

Because we've been absolute shit for so many years, now we're not shit and had a chance to do something special and didn't because bad management meant we collapsed at the business end of the season.. It shouldn't matter because we're not absolute shit anymore..

Let us all be grateful... Who wants to get to a cup final and dare I say win it.

Who wants to sustain our league form by having some depth and options in the squad..

Fuck it anyone who's pissed off about the above is an ungrateful cunt.. Do fuck off.. We blew it plain and simple.

White Pony 10:26 Mon May 23
Re: WHO will be in melt down
What a pathetic, attention seeking thread. Thank fuck he’s not posting anymore.

Willtell 10:08 Mon May 23
Re: WHO will be in melt down
The fact is Moyes is right to criticise the players after that show.

However, it was inevitable when we didn't sign a player or two in January. Last year we got a boost with Lingard adding goals from mid season. Our small squad faded and died this season.

Is that the fault of the players in the undersized squad favoured by Moyes? Or GSB relying on a miserly Scot to cover for their lack of investment in players?

wd40 9:49 Mon May 23
Re: WHO will be in melt down
If you can't enjoy that season go and find another sport then again you lot wouldn't enjoy a lottery win.

We turned up in every match can't say that over the last 50 years of watching.

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