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
20%
  
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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Side of Ham 4:03 Tue Feb 27
Re: Moyes Out
The wins at Arsenal & Tottenham were great, not because we were out playing them, far from it.....it was the fact they fucked themselves by not taking their chances........this happens once in blue moon.......look at Moyes's record before these wins against them........

ATHammer 3:59 Tue Feb 27
Re: Moyes Out
Anyone who thinks beating Brentford would be a good reason to keep Moyes is delusional. Brentford may be well run but they are a small club who a team of our stature should be rolling over 9 times out of ten. As it is this is the first league win out of 6 attempts. That is a pathetic record. We should not be measuring success as ending a run of dreadful results by beating the likes of Brentford. We should be competing in games like the Arsenal drubbing, the Manchester United debacle, etc. Always happy with a win, never happy with a loss but let's keep this win in perspective. Moyes is a loser, his record against top teams is appalling, his record against contemporaries slipping to the point where there is ecstasy over beating fucking Brentford. He has lost more games than any other Premier League manager and to me that says it all, he should go.

joyo 3:43 Tue Feb 27
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Eerie indecent 1.38...what a bitter and twisted post,you must lead a truly miserable life,all you bring up are the defeats not one mention of away wins at spurs/Arsenal and beating Manure plus still in Europe
That win last night really has hurt you hasn't it

CanningTownWA 3:41 Tue Feb 27
Re: Moyes Out
I agree with every word Rossal

Stowie.40 2:01 Tue Feb 27
Re: Moyes Out
Exactly same happened with Antonio, scored a hat trick against Norwich during the restart and he thought he has turned him into a prime number 9.

Ron Eff 2:00 Tue Feb 27
Re: Moyes Out
As palatable as last night was, the only point that was proven is the one that those not in favour of the manager have been making. Play on the front foot with these players and get results. The game was all but over after our front footed fast start.

Still made it difficult by sitting off at points and allowing them back in the game. At 2-0 after 7 minutes we should have fully gone after them and tried to make it embarrassing.

Still hard Moyes out. One swallow and all that.

boleyn8420 1:53 Tue Feb 27
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First off, as always, delighted that we won. But as has been said before this lot are in free-fall. The worse thing is now that Bowen has scored a hat-trick we all know who now thinks its his amazing football acumen that has now turned him into a free scoring striker. Never mind the oiling abject performances up to this point. Nope I'm a genius. I win.

And as for his "lets hope we don't see a recurrence of the injury" referring to Paqueta, what the actual fuck. So he sent him out just to save his job and then "hope" he is okay.

Then as per usual he trots out the "were lucky to have him as they, not us note, were always fighting relegation but Och now i'm here look at how good they are. Just fuck off Moyes. Please just sack him.

Eerie Descent 1:38 Tue Feb 27
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Throwing the cup and losing 5-1 to Liverpool reserves, 5-0 against Fulham, record home PL defeat against a London fucking rival filthbags Arsenal where we didn't try a fucking leg, getting rolled over by Nottingham fucking Forest, failing to beat Sheffield fucking United & fucking Bournemouth at home, drawing at home and losing away to BRISTOL FUCKING CITY without again trying a fucking leg..

And we're supposed to be doing star jumps because we beat a team who have lost 10 out of their last 12 games, and look like being sucked into a relegation battle with some of the sides we've failed to beat this year?

We had an excellent first 10 minutes, after that Brentford dominated and should have had a stonewall penalty at 2-1, then a laboured 2nd half until we got the third against the run of play.

We're still fucking shit, and are completely reliant on a Brazilian international who's market value would be £100mil+ were it not for his get me the fuck out of here and away from this dinosaur manager clause.

Sack him now.

paul6565 1:06 Tue Feb 27
Re: Moyes Out
Part of Moyes summary !!

I think we’ve played decent football at times over the last few weeks, but we haven’t created enough or taken enough chances. Tonight we were much better.

What a delusional knobhead.

Percy Dalton 1:05 Tue Feb 27
Re: Moyes Out
4-1 up and didn't make a sub until the 76th minute then the second sub on 90+4 minutes that's a disgrace not giving any of the youth players game time that's one of my biggest gripes with Moyes

Massive Attack 1:05 Tue Feb 27
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Sorry meant to also add that's also Brentfords 11th loss in their last 14 matches too. And 1 draw in Cup replay they went on to lose anyway.

Massive Attack 1:00 Tue Feb 27
Re: Moyes Out
I see the Talksport 'Moyesey' luvvies are at it again this morning saying debate over after 1 win in 9, our 1st this calendar year.

A bit more context about last night's opponents I'm not sure many are aware of having just had a quick nose:

The mighty Brentford have won only 1 game in their last 6. And won only 2 games in their last 14 matches altogether.

As I say, follow this performance up with more decent displays, then the debate is "over". That does require more thinking power though for the divs on Talksport, so doubt they can manage it.

LeroysBoots 12:44 Tue Feb 27
Re: Moyes Out
Rossal, spot on assessment mate

I just hope 1 of the board's lackeys read that statement as this is exactly why fans want him out

For him to get the fans onside he'd behave to have a complete character change, the Presbyterian jock won't ever change his ways !

Percy Dalton 12:42 Tue Feb 27
Re: Moyes Out
100% better last night but we all know we'll most of us that that's not sustainable under Moyes.
Expect to see the usual low block on Saturday.
It's criminal that this squad has been held back for so long and I actually feel sorry for the pro Moyes brigade who just don't seem to get it.

wanstead_hammer 12:30 Tue Feb 27
Re: Moyes Out
Rossal - Spot on.

Still want the sweaty out.
The same pattern surfacing yet again. Saving his bacon at the last minute. Buttering himself up to the press/pundits. (5th/7th/Europa…blah blah fuckin blah).

Was good to see supporters smiling over there again last night (even though the most in our bit were half hearted / in shock / wind).

We’ll just ave to play it by ear the next couple of games.

Massive Attack 12:08 Tue Feb 27
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Agreed and I do, don't worry about that!

We play like that a lot more often, like it's actually part of his footballing philosophy, rather than an exception to the rule then he could have a job for life. Slight exaggeration but I've certainly no qualms him getting a new contract if he continues to take Teams on in that manner. I still have my doubts though but let's see.

JayeMPee 12:06 Tue Feb 27
Re: Moyes Out
So it appears he does have a new contract reporting to Tim as Head Coach and no direct contact with Sullivan. With Tim's brother in charge of Recruitment it looks as though he will have no opportunity to screw up future transfers, can't see him accepting this and hopefully he will be gone by the end of the season!

Lee Trundle 12:03 Tue Feb 27
Re: Moyes Out
It's up to the fans to keep on the pressure then, Massive Attack.

We need to continue to show we're not happy when he plays shit football.

Massive Attack 12:01 Tue Feb 27
Re: Moyes Out
The cynic in me suspects he only throws caution to the wind when he has no choice sensing it really is "must win game" territory. It's easy to have a real go when your job is on the line. What I want to see is him following this excellent result and performance with another decent performance, if not the result. The right approach and intent has got to be there for more than just a one-off game to save his bacon.

The worst thing he can do now is regress back in to old habits fearing the opposition instead of focusing on the serious damage we can as a Team. Everton Away, sure they're up for the fight for survival but fuck me we should be giving them no end of grief in defence.

Follow this up, Moyes. You u never know, you just might like The West Ham Way, afterall.....

wd40 11:56 Tue Feb 27
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Cup winner Moyes's team puts on great display and still so called supported hate the night .


note : other teams do score against home teams now and then it happens its football .

I bet your other team is Spurs.

southbankbornnbred 11:51 Tue Feb 27
Re: Moyes Out
TM - quite.

Fine win last night and I enjoyed the game, so I'm not going to whinge on the back of it. But let's not get carried away: it was Brentford and they are struggling right now.

Do that Freiburg when it matters, and then Villa, or similar sides in March, and then Moyes can wang on about his contract.

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