WHO Poll
Q: 2023/24 Hopes & aspirations for this season
a. As Champions of Europe there's no reason we shouldn't be pushing for a top 7 spot & a run in the Cups
24%
  
b. Last season was a trophy winning one and there's only one way to go after that, I expect a dull mid table bore fest of a season
17%
  
c. Buy some f***ing players or we're in a battle to stay up & that's as good as it gets
19%
  
d. Moyes out
37%
  
e. New season you say, woohoo time to get the new kit and wear it it to the pub for all the big games, the wags down there call me Mr West Ham
3%
  



Keep dreaming 6:18 Sun Sep 18
Moyes Out
Posted the same last year. Nothing has changed, except win don't win matches anymore.
I'm fed up, we can do much better

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Stowie.40 9:01 Fri Apr 19
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The spurs comparison is the one, they put up with utter shit for 2 years, regardless of league finishes I know a good few who hated it & now it’s complete different for them even though they are basically still in the same area of the league.

I don’t care about next level, I’m fine with where we are competing in the league but I want it to be a better watch simple as, under him it’s a chore and has been for 2 years now. Overall he has done a good job hard to argue that but it’s time and don’t let a good 45 minutes against Leverkusen fool anyone.

Also changing manager every 4 1/2 years nowadays isn’t that bad going, if the next fella last that long I think that’ll be decent.

Stowie.40 9:00 Fri Apr 19
Re: Moyes Out
The spurs comparison is the one, they put up with utter shit for 2 years, regardless of league finishes I know a good few who hated it & now it’s complete different for them even though they are basically still in the same area of the league.

I don’t care about next level, I’m fine with where we are competing in the league but I want it to be a better watch simple as, under him it’s a chore and has been for 2 years now. Overall he has done a good job hard to argue that but it’s time and don’t let a good 45 minutes against Leverkusen fool anyone.

Also changing manager every 4 1/2 years nowadays isn’t that bad going, if the next fella last that long I think that’ll be decent.

british is best 8:56 Fri Apr 19
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Rootsradical . Very good point . If the investors pumping the money into the club. who I suspect they are . Shearer cannot call it out . Even though somehow I think he'll try it . Stating why should a London club need that level of investment. Total fucking hypocrite.

Takashi Miike 8:51 Fri Apr 19
Re: Moyes Out
Let's not forget we could have won two cups this season if the cowardly ginger cunt didn't throw two quarter final games

Side of Ham 8:37 Fri Apr 19
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Lets not forget Paqueta ignoring the mangers set up won us a cup last season.......

Gaffer58 8:02 Fri Apr 19
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Talk sport 5he other day was once again praising Spurs for their style of play and how exciting it is, but then they think we should be happy with the defensive get everybody behind the ball, why cannot they see that we want to be excited not bored.

joyo 7:49 Fri Apr 19
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Let's not forget he won us a trophy last season

Eerie Descent 7:36 Fri Apr 19
Re: Moyes Out
Let's not forget, he also saved us from relegation last season.

Our position was even more precarious, we were rock bottom for a while, but he weaved his magic to save us from relegation.

I just need to find out who he took over from last season who spent half a billion quid on the squad so I can slag him off. Any ideas?

RootsRadical 7:22 Fri Apr 19
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That Muppet Shearer was still banging the "careful what you wish for West Ham fans" drum on last weekend's MOTD 2.
Said we were top of "our league" and not sure what we expected.
Newcastle had only just gone above us last weekend and despite winning fuck all for 60 years are obviously in his mind in the league above us along with the big 6.
Blokes a cunt.

factory seconds 7:18 Fri Apr 19
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he needs to accept his fate at this point. the little outbursts and moments of conceited bragging look a bit more desperate by the day.

for what it's worth, i can understand where it's coming from. he will never get the opportunity to have players of the calibre of bowen, kudus, paqueta, alvarez, areola etc playing for him again. he will unlikely have an all access bulldozer like antonio who makes his low block possible.

without world class talent at his disposal he knows his next job could easily be a repeat of sunderland, so rather than go out with a bow, he's in a state of spiteful denial.

terry-h 7:12 Fri Apr 19
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The misery guts prick would like to ask his own questions it seems.

Nasty bad tempered fraud of a man who thinks he’s doing us all a favour representing a great football club in such a lousy way. He makes me want to vomit all over his head.

lowlife 6:42 Fri Apr 19
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Imagine being in the trenches with this coward.

Side of Ham 6:34 Fri Apr 19
Re: Moyes Out
Saying that Bilic & Pellegrini would have just as likely kept us up like Moyes just about did is not doom and gloom........it's very optimistic......you'd have to have a kink in the way your brain works to think that it's doom & gloom.......luckily for you, you are forgiven on here for having this joy'll....

joyo 6:09 Fri Apr 19
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Westside 5.26...Good post mate,but please be careful posting such a sensible view as will just piss off the miserable doom and gloomers

threesixty 6:01 Fri Apr 19
Re: Moyes Out
His latest press conference.. the journalist at the beginning sounds like he's preparing an obituary!

Moyes is so prickly. He knows that the praise of our 1st half performance last night means his attitude to the 1st leg performance was bad. So he keeps bigging up the 1st leg. Even though we managed a draw with them by having a go at them rather than sitting back!

If a team in the PL can beat Man City or Arsenal then it means we could beat Leverkusen. Thats just the way our league works, Its possible,

But Moyes decided last week it was impossible to get a result against this team. And thats why he has to go. Too conservative to do better than what we have now. Mid table..

We are going to finish 10th probably. So 14th then 10th with a top 6 transfer spend. I dunno Dave.. I dunno.. Would back you if the play looked good, but it's mostly trash.

onsideman 5:29 Fri Apr 19
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ATHammer 1:29 Fri Apr 19

lowlife 5:27 Fri Apr 19
Re: Moyes Out
Ron - that's similar to a conversation I overheard on the train on the way back from the 1-1 vs Bournemouth. We were terrible and one guy was saying "that was a great game, I thought we played really well".

Fucking hell.

Westside 5:26 Fri Apr 19
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Massive - 4.56pm.

After their backing of Grant and getting relegated, the board were never going to make the same mistake again. Billic and Pelligrini, may have kept us up. A risk the board couldn't afford to take. I don't blame them. Moyes, did keep us up.

For what it's worth, I think Moyes is past his sell by date, but he deserves credit, for some of the things he has done.

Ron Eff 5:20 Fri Apr 19
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I heard people on the train home last night saying top 10 would be a good season.

Equally one or two around me are still banging the three good seasons drum.

Our support has become so diluted and accepting of the shit he churns out.

Hammer and Pickle 5:06 Fri Apr 19
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Yes, it's mid April and our season is effectively over. Suppose we should be grateful we're not in a relegation battle because we're only little old West Ham...

Massive Attack 4:56 Fri Apr 19
Re: Moyes Out
Westside


Without wanting to turn this into a Bilic/Pellgrini thread it does need remembering correctly it was only 11 matches in to a new season with Bilic just in the bottom 3 with 3 quarters of a season still to go. With the added significant context being trying to integrate us in an unfit Football Stadium off the back of the worst migration in history (contrary to her Royal Highnesses claims it was the best ever). To sack him off losing Payet and not getting him next level signings promised like Willie Carvalho (yes THAT Sullivan Email debacle) and an alleged relegation battle just 11 games in, having played Liverpool, Spurs and Man Uted in those 11 was an absolute joke. We back managers? Don't make me laugh Sullivan, Bilic deserved so much better, especially after having to contend with the last Boleyn season that was spectacular in entertainment not seen for years at WHU.

As for Pellegrini, we weren't in the bottom 3, 1 point outside it at the halfway stage. Mitigating rare circumstances happened that start of the season where his main man superb signing in goal Fabianski has a long term injury at the start and it falls apart from there after a decent start and off the back of a promising 10th place finish. Then Roberto happened which I blame Hussilos for finding such an inept Sunday league level Goalkeeper which totally derails our season. But it was still halfway with 19 matches left to play and with Fabianski soon returning. No way was that going to lead to relegation and I'd argue probably get us back to midtable with his usual top management of Teams. But no, once again GSB decide to go back to a serial loser and ditch a proven, well respected serial winner for Moyes who gets 2 huge bites at the same job that's rarely afforded to most managers.

The whole thing revolving our managers stinks and GSB us to blame for all of it.

But as for "saving us" from going down, it's 1 of the biggest current myths going in the game, right up there with Kalvin cunting Phillips for being a quality Footballer and 1 of the nicest guys in Football. *Flips 2 fingers back up at him*

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