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
36%
  
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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boleyn8420 1:53 Wed Feb 21
Re: Moyes Out
How much fucking worse does it have to get before he gets the tin-tack. Well, going out of the FA Cup to Bristol City, drawing with Sheffield United and losing to Manchester United, Arsenal and Nottingham Forest by a combined aggregate of 11-0 is bad enough and next up is Brentford who have won all 5 against us since they came up and last season we didn't score a goal against them. So yes, in answer to my own question, it can get worse. Lets hope we score so we can celebrate our very own 'Month of the Goal'

Fauxstralian 1:12 Wed Feb 21
Re: Moyes Out
Tuchel leaving Bayern at the end of the season as part of a 'sporting realignment'

Side of Ham 1:09 Wed Feb 21
Re: Moyes Out
Trunds, it was an Anne Summers shop assistant when he was buying his latest blow up wife…..

Nagel 1:00 Wed Feb 21
Re: Moyes Out
I know that a lot of people here are miserable sods who always expect the worst, but the idea that Moyes was going to get a new contract any time soon was NEVER really on the cards. Sullivan has been on record many times as saying that he doesn't believe in renewing manager contracts until the end of the season.

We've been in this situation before with Allardyce, who had us in 4th place at Xmas, but still wasn't offered a new contract. And given how we dropped like a stone and finished 12th I'm sure that Sullivan could see history repeating itself and was never inclined to even think about offering Moyes a new contract until he could see how things ended up. Even more so because it's guaranteed that no bigger club than us would ever be after him so why would he hurry it?

Manuel 12:53 Wed Feb 21
Re: Moyes Out
Sullivan is watching what we're watching, say what you want about him but surely he can't be thinking Moyes can turn this around? Who knows what is going on behind the scenes, so many different variables at play at this point, Streiden and still in Europe are two of them.

if he is just letting him run down his contract and writing off the season this early then that is pure neglect and with the second biggest attendances in England he can't be allowed to get away with that.

Lee Trundle 12:52 Wed Feb 21
Re: Moyes Out
Willtell 12:14 Wed Feb 21
"I had heard from a contact"

Planning on rivalling grasshopper, Willtell?

Sir Alf 12:46 Wed Feb 21
Re: Moyes Out
If Jim White and media pundits are still backing Moyes, its likely that is the Sullivan view too. Whetstone supposedly told “better the devil you know”.

Kretinsky and Gold family want change perhaps since Whetstone also getting conflicting stories that Moyes is on thin ice?

Someone with a brain needs to look at league form for tge last 2 years and tge investment levels. If staying up was the measure, Moyes succeeded otherwise its abject failure.

Of course Sullivan is “razzle dazzle” and would see the Conference win, where we played a team just in the top 8 of the Italian league and beat similar from weaker leagues as justification to keep a man that is failing. Sullivan keeps him because he’s easy to control and sucks up to him just like he would prefer transfer dealings via a few agent cronies. They all make Sullivan feel important and the “big man” to compensate for his lifetime suffering as a little man.

Im convinced 1 win and Moyes gets his contract

Willtell 12:14 Wed Feb 21
Re: Moyes Out
C&H are saying this morning and last night, that "West Ham‘s second biggest shareholder Daniel Kretinsky is again rumoured to be generally unhappy about the way the Irons is being run" writes Sean Whetstone.

I'm not at all surprised to read this. I had heard from a contact that the Gold family, were increasingly siding with Kretinsky's wishes to run WHU properly. The result was that Steidten was appointed at Kretinsky's prompting.

That was done because it wasn't good business for all the shareholders to rely on the continuing good health and sound judgement of a 75 year with enormous business activities away from WHU.

It wasn't done because Sullivan is shit at it and prone to knee-jerk decisions on signings but I suspect that was what it was about as well...

chedylan 2 11:14 Wed Feb 21
Re: Moyes Out
He will win 1 game in the next 4 and be offered a new contract.

The Germans will leave in the summer , as will the Brazilian and kudus . Moyes will blow the money on. Kalvin Phillips ,maguire and some other cunt . Crowd will be coining the board again come November

CR 11:08 Wed Feb 21
Re: Moyes Out
Why is he still here. This is dithering from Sullivan in the extreme. At the moment our season is salvageable. We are not too far down the league and still in Europe. We have some half decent players that a good manager, playing them to their strengths, should get a tune out of. This should be reasonably attractive to a decent manager. What will likely happen is, hanging on the end of the season, losing the better players, having no prospect of Europe, and then not being attractive to a one of the better managers, especially when they have to work with Sullivan, ending up with another one we want to get rid of shortly.

Steady 10:36 Wed Feb 21
Re: Moyes Out
22 wins from our last 70 league games …… win games, that’s what Moyes does

Sydney_Iron 3:33 Wed Feb 21
Re: Moyes Out
"Hmmm if true wtf is Sullivan, Kretinsky and Golds playing at?"

Alfs, i dont think Gold can take any of the blame for the current situation....................LOL and RIP!

But do agree, it really anyone guess what the living in charge of WH are up too? YouTube channels having a field day with click bait titles, rumors and speculation often completely contradicting each other.

aldgate 2:51 Wed Feb 21
Re: Moyes Out
I despair - the stuff being leaked to old hugh reeks of a boardroom without a clue. Even talking about Sullivan taking over recruitment again with his favourite agents. What a sad, sad situation for our club. Nothing will change until Sullivan and Brady depart - christ knows what this czech fella's end game is but surely he must see he's invested in a circus at the moment and needs to act?

Sir Alf 1:12 Wed Feb 21
Re: Moyes Out
https://www.claretandhugh.info/steidten-fears-send-hammers-tensions-through-the-roof/

Hmmm if true wtf is Sullivan, Kretinsky and Golds playing at? Moyes , enabled by Sullivan, are responsible for yet another potential disaster. Fans need to ratchet up tye pressure on Monday but suspect they wont

goose 11:47 Tue Feb 20
Re: Moyes Out
Pipe down Pickle you spastic.

Hammer and Pickle 11:31 Tue Feb 20
Re: Moyes Out
Would Di Canio come until the end of the season with an option to extend to a full five?

Gentile 11:26 Tue Feb 20
Re: Moyes Out
Goose, I used to live there. Lovely city. He is doing very well and is just the sort of manager we need.

goose 11:17 Tue Feb 20
Re: Moyes Out
Classic LOL’pper there.

Gentile - I’m a big fan of Thiago Motta. I’m off to Bologna is April for a few days so I’ll put a word in if I see him.

Leonard Hatred 11:07 Tue Feb 20
Re: Moyes Out
I think we should go for Tony Pulis.

Takashi Miike 11:04 Tue Feb 20
Re: Moyes Out
"Just had it confirmed Moyes will not get a new contract."


thanks Shaun

onsideman 10:50 Tue Feb 20
Re: Moyes Out
I like Rob Edwards as a bloke but you can bet your life we'd get the 27% win percentage version who rocked up at Watford before being sacked 4 months later.

As far as Lopetegui is concerned... some have said the fact he walked out on Wolves when he was told he had to sell Nunes and couldn't have the money is a good thing and shows he's principled. I don't see it like that. I see it as a bloke who threw his toys out of the pram because he couldn't bear his record being tarnished and as someone else on here reminded us, he wanted Cresswell and Ings. Anyhow, the chances of him not falling out with Sullivan and doing the same thing here are so long as to be incalculable

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