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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paul6565 12:39 Sun Feb 25
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Massive Attack 12:17 Sun Feb 25

Good shout.. Would love him here..
And he has done that on a shoestring budget compared to the one Moyes has had.

Massive Attack 12:17 Sun Feb 25
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Twoleftfeet? More like Twobobcunt..


I'll chuck in another name worth considering, Marco Silva. Usually enjoy how he sets his Teams up playing entertaining football and fearless regardless of opposition. Knows how to compete and beat the 'big' Clubs like Arsenal, Man Utd, Spurs, Liverpool as this season has proved in both the League and Cup - Semi with Liverpool/exciting 4-3 thriller at Anfield in League. He also drew the away fixture at Arsenal too. Also got back-to-back 5-0 wins vs us and Forest. Beat Chelsea last season.

This is Fulham by the way, who ain't long been back after he got then promoted winning the Championship in real style** in his 1st season in charge after relegation. Also won the Greek Super League and a Portugese Cup so proven winner more than once and in different Countries. Has plenty of Premier League experience. Just 46yo. Squint and he looks a bit like a smouldering, cool as fuck Colin Farrell.


**Beat to win the Championship:

Huddersfield 1-5 (With 10 men) A
Forest 0-4 A
Blackburn 0-7 A
Reading 0-7 A
Bristol City 6-2 H
Birmingham 6-2 H
Swansea 1-5 A
Luton Town 7-0 H

Millwall 2-1 LOL
Millwall 3-2 LOL


2 years left on his current contract, so will need paying up but if a Club had any semblance of ambition... Ah, alright, forget it!

nychammer 10:47 Sat Feb 24
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one would hope the midget has a shortlist and is actively pursuing Moyes replacement NOW. It would be footballing suicide giving him another contract.

terry-h 10:41 Sat Feb 24
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Looking at our remaining fixtures,the jock from Glasgow will be hard pushed to end the season on a high.
We will also exit Europe pretty soon.
I am confident therefore there WONT be a contract for him to sign.
Just hope the midget chooses a good replacement!

paul6565 9:02 Sat Feb 24
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twoleftfeet 7:29 Sat Feb 24

You know absolutely nothing about how football should be played if you are still supporting Moyes.. I have been a season ticket holder for 50 fucking years so I have earned the right to sit back and wait… You utter Twat !!

lowlife 8:43 Sat Feb 24
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From a Man Utd forum before todays games;

“Still think we will win this, but there is no comfortable victories for us barring that West Ham win few weeks back and Everton away”

Can’t wait until Moyes has fucked off.

Massive Attack 8:29 Sat Feb 24
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Haha! Cheers Paul, for the heads up on Benrahma scoring yesterday as I missed it. A lovely first time hit winner coming on at Half Time too. Inspired Substitution that doesn't ignore quality sat remaining on the bench with plenty of time to get in to a match...

https://x.com/footballontnt/status/1761140667022020783?s=20

Funny (it's actually nothing of the sort) that both Fornals and Benrahma score within days of joining their new Clubs. Must be a weird coincidence.

I also see 4th place Villa won 4-2 in the end over Forest who dominated us last week. Fulham bravely taking the game to Man Utd at Old Trafford also won and West Ham target Glasners 1st game in charge after taking over from boring Roy's Crystal Palace, smash Burnely 3-0.

BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU WISH FOR!!

Side of Ham 8:28 Sat Feb 24
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Yep paul puts in decent wedge to have the right to constantly moan when nothing changes on the entertainment front even when we win.

twobraincellsleft puts in next to fuck all, but thinks he should hold back on his moaning.....

.....you couldn't make it up.....

nychammer 8:25 Sat Feb 24
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if he gets and accepts another contract it tells you all you need to know about the ambitions of our owners. That being "relegation avoidance", which as we know is far from certain with Moyes.

fraser 8:12 Sat Feb 24
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twoleftfeet abusing a fan who travels a decent distance each week to watch us and calling him a year cause he's had enough even though the soppy thick cunt rarely leaves his armchair.. But judging someone else..

onsideman 7:55 Sat Feb 24
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Not helped by the quality of journalism which means that Goldstein hasn't the intelligence to challenge them

Jaan Kenbrovin 7:32 Sat Feb 24
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factory seconds 6:12 Sat Feb 24

Proof of what I’ve been saying for over a year. None of these idiots actually rate him and Moyes will struggle to get a job elsewhere, outside of a club in a relegation battle.

twoleftfeet 7:29 Sat Feb 24
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You’ll be greatly missed at the match Paul.

Twat.

paul6565 7:26 Sat Feb 24
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Lets hope and prey this anti football cunt fucks off at the end of the season. I am not attending again until he is gone. Brentford tickets sold on exchange thank goodness.
I see Benny & Pablo scored this week and Kehrer is starting every game.

Massive Attack 7:12 Sat Feb 24
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That Brady line that Sullivan has also trotted out in the past regarding Pellegrini is just a stick to beat the fans with who crave attempting to play decent football.

Sullivan actually prides himself on backing ALL his managers and their contracts in the past and yet gave Pellegrini only 18 months, conveniently hiding behind a bit of poor form to justify his hasty exit. And fans have sadly bought into this "be careful what you wish for" narrative agreeing Pellegrini was the problem and not in fact the owners.

And now we are at this stage where we don't enjoy attending matches, it's all just Ceefax Football that ain't worth a wank watching on telly, let alone many of us that actually pay for season tickets to put up with it.

Ron Eff 7:11 Sat Feb 24
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The unbelievable lack of intelligence of Foster and Bent saying what do they want, they need a reality check, blah blah, then without a shred of irony said Newcastle fans wouldn’t accept that style of football, and they are too big (are they??), Brentford (fucking Brentford!!) like to play football from the back so they won’t have it, and then Bent turns his nose for Ipswich fucking Town!!

But West Ham fans should just suck it up?

Massive Attack 6:56 Sat Feb 24
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Ooh look, "proper big Club" Villa are currently trouncing the same Team we previously made look like Real Madrid 3-0 and it ain't even half time yet, cruising in 4th place in the League. All their stat numbers is exactly what I want our Team to be doing. But no, "9th is the best West Ham can hope for playing negatively" so "be careful what you wish for", kids!

Patronising cunts!

onsideman 6:27 Sat Feb 24
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factory seconds 6:12 Sat Feb 24

That's unbelievable.

factory seconds 6:12 Sat Feb 24
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https://x.com/judge_shredd/status/1761405400421712150?s=20

the talksport debate on Moyes was the most perfect bit of hypocrisy you'll ever see.

BillyJenningsBoots 5:18 Sat Feb 24
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Come on does anyone actually believe that if there was a contract that Moyes wanted to sign i.e. it was favourable to him that he wouldnt sign it right now..?

If there is a contract and I dont believe there is, it would be that he now reports to Tim and reliquishes his duties in the recruitment of players on the basis that he plays a certain way.

Moyes wouldn't sign that so thats a possibility.

J.Riddle 4:24 Sat Feb 24
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I wanted Moyes gone 2 years ago. We have been here before.
I remember we couldn't win a game when Payet got injured. Same when Declan was out, now Paqueta. When they returned our results picked up. Shame we rely on one player.

Moyes has got plenty of time to turn it around and he doesn't need to do much more than get a few more lucky wins and some draws as we aren't getting relegated, he already fulfilled Sullivans mandate so will stick with him.

Brady warned Liverpool recently becareful what you wish for citing Pelligrini re Klopp replacement, better the devil you know.

No ambition. Need new owners.

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