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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paul6565 10:49 Fri Apr 12
Re: Moyes Out
Fingers crossed we are coming to the end of this nightmare now.. He is starting to stink the place out with his shit football, shit excuses and shit fucking interviews.

Sir Alf 10:34 Fri Apr 12
Re: Moyes Out
Scamacca like many / most strikers lacked tge speed and size/ strength to run the channels and bulldoze thru defenders. He also was not a striker to play with his back to goal and hold the ball again. Not his game hence no fit to Moyes system where central strikers have to have tremendous upper body strength and run after long diagonals, balls thru the channels or over the top and fend for themselves.

5 or 6 first team players needed over the summer unless we can also bring thru some youngsters. Defence needs a strong ball playing CB probably 2. Tosin from Fulham is a decent player but we need another and with Dinos thats 3 as injuries happen.

Wide left player or new coach gives new coach a chance.

Strikers and a Paqueta replacement. Gibbs White would be my choice but may he better value in Europe. Steidten and teams job

Foncesca’s young Lille team look good. Need to move on him asap if Steidtrn and teams dara analysis and due dliligence validates his credentials

I see no progression without Moyes moving on. We could see him doing the same to a new set of arrivals as he has done to previous players he has not picked. Lack of opportunities, played out of position etc.

Even if hisbrand of football was better to watch and he made Europe, you have tohave a coach or manager who is in step with the DOF and recruitment. Its just disfunctional and sub optimises everything. Basic business acumen but Sullivan not got a good track record n thst front?

Hammer and Pickle 10:17 Fri Apr 12
Re: Moyes Out
I’d have been delighted to accept a 0-0 “result” last night in exchange for abandoning my pride in West Ham as a side known for playing the game the right way.

But in the end I didn’t even get that.

Moyes is destroying this club.

Massive Attack 9:57 Fri Apr 12
Re: Moyes Out
We Were 8 minutes away from returning home with a 0-0 or seconds away from returning with a 1-0 deficit

Dolph, I feel for you, I really do. You almost sound like that's worth getting excited about and seen as some great achievement (even though we couldn't manage it with ultra defensive tactics). He's ground you and many like you down to the point you'll accept that level of Footballing dross for the grateful result of losing either 1-0 or a bore draw 0-0.

It's worth remembering that bar Bowen and Areola (League Keeper now anyway), we had a near fully fit Squad to choose from and with attacking players to call upon in the ever impressive Kudus, the outrageously skillful Paqueta, the workaholic bulldozer who gives everything to the West Ham cause Antonio, the vastly experienced Ings, the versatile Forward Cornet, the pacey clever Emerson on the wing and Ward-Prowse to whip in deadly crosses from anywhere - we had just 1 Corner to Leverkusens 10.

And out of all our Subs including the two Forwards mentioned just now, he only brought on, yes you guesses it, 2 Defenders and 1 Defender for the excellent HotY (for me) Forward Kudus so to protect a 1-0 lead (we actually ended up losing 2-0 in the end).

Just 1 shot from all that talent to choose from and he's ground our fans down to think that's acceptable. Thanks a fucking lot, Moyes, you've certainly changed our culture alright. To the point our fans expectations should now be as low as yours.

Side of Ham 9:41 Fri Apr 12
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Nope dolph, just not watched us this season.....and guess what Moyes is doing the same shit.....so you don't even need to watch to know what's going on......

goose 9:31 Fri Apr 12
Re: Moyes Out
I think injuries have hampered Scamacca with us and Atalanta, not big ones but lots of smaller ones.

Gasperini did give him a kick up the arse previously but he appears now to be 100%.

I think the way we play makes it almost impossible for lots of strikers.

dolph 9:23 Fri Apr 12
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Goose - fair enough. I'll hold my hands up and say I'm going by what i saw with us and what his current manager has said about him.

SoH - you'd have no idea because you haven't watched us play for years.

Side of Ham 9:18 Fri Apr 12
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Were Haller & Scamacca lazy? Or just not given any service unless they were 'scraps' which lets face it is not any striker of any worth's game chasing lost fucking causes, or in their case no fucking cause to chase.

Moyes is the problem for ANY striker.....he doesn't want to attack......that's what strikers do and rely on.......hence they go all 'Mardy' on him......converted wingers work because that IS their game......running after lost causes.......

goose 9:06 Fri Apr 12
Re: Moyes Out
If you get some time have a watch of the Atalanta game from last night. Scamacca is far from a lazy cunt. Same for Haller probably.

The problem is Moyes and his system.

RdUeSpSrEeLsLsed 9:04 Fri Apr 12
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I’ve been lurking on various chats today and the Moyes cultists are out in force with the excuses for yesterday and squad issues and defence of Moyes.

I wonder if they support West Ham and its traditions or Moyesball FC

dolph 9:02 Fri Apr 12
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I was thinking more Benny and Fornals.

Scamacca and Haller obviously weren't dogshit, but they're also lazy cunts who want it on a plate, and I'm not sure any premiership side really accommodates that sort of striker? Man City aside.

ludo21 8:55 Fri Apr 12
Re: Moyes Out
Can't really be bothered but dolph...

The 'dog shit forwards' that moyes got rid of, are they the ones scoring for fun in Europe this week? It wasn't them that were dog shit.

Do you really think Moyes signed Kudus, Alvarez and Mavropanos?

No one is saying Moyes vetoed Osman... I think it is accepted that was Sullivan after advice from Silkman but you can guarantee Moyes was delighted to get the fraud Phillips in.

Hammer and Pickle 8:53 Fri Apr 12
Re: Moyes Out
Really was shocked and very much saddened to see the effect the grinding negative tactics are having on some now. Paqueta especially looks like a dejected, petulant shadow of his former self, and it’s beginning to spread to others like Kudus and Emerson. This season couldn’t end soon enough; whoever takes over is going to needs months to sort this mess out.

dolph 8:29 Fri Apr 12
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Ha. Wasn't fishing. We've got to a point with our supporters whereby unless Moyes bags himself a Europa League Cup, he's fucked.

Current small squad - his fault. This is despite the main attacking options that he got rid of being dogshit, but absorbing significant wages.

If he hadn't sold in January - his fault for keeping shit players and not signing better players.

The good players that were signed last year - Tim gets the praise

The players signed in the last 24 months who haven't done so well - fucking Moyes' fault.

Didn't sign Osman - Moyes vetoed it the cunt

Didn't sign Carlos Forbes/ Borges - Moyes fault for dithering

Forbes / Borges is doing shit in Holland - let's not talk about that anymore

Manuel 8:25 Fri Apr 12
Re: Moyes Out
I'll hold my hands up, I've slated Nick from C&B before, but I've just seen his vid from today (15 mins) and he absolutely nails it with this coward, piece of shit cunt Moyes. Worth a watch.

Eerie Descent 7:42 Fri Apr 12
Re: Moyes Out
Top fishing that, dolph. Well done.

Keep dreaming 7:20 Fri Apr 12
Re: Moyes Out
Dolph, really? Do you think this was a one off because of a thin squad ?
The cunt has played this way for as long he's been a manager FFS
And this thin squad is precisely what he wanted.

I hope he choke on his dinner tonight

LeroysBoots 7:18 Fri Apr 12
Re: Moyes Out
Thin squad ?

You for real ?

You do understand a "thin squad" is ENTIRELY down to Moyes ?

dolph 7:13 Fri Apr 12
Re: Moyes Out
We Were 8 minutes away from returning home with a 0-0 or seconds away from returning with a 1-0 deficit. What's he meant to do with a thin squad, away against a team who absolutely no one has beaten this season?

Ron Eff 6:35 Fri Apr 12
Re: Moyes Out
They should remove any conversation around a new deal if we lose as is expected next week by either announcing he is leaving at the end oft the season or by terminating his contract there and then.

Frankly, I would do it before next Thursday, but maybe its fair to let him end our season first.

Everything about last night was shameful. I can’t wait to see the back of him and I’m sick of him arrogantly suggesting there is a contract to sign and it’s he who is choosing to wait.

Sir Alf 6:13 Fri Apr 12
Re: Moyes Out
Sullivan is, as others say, the continuing root cause of problems wth the club. Has he really stepped out of recruitment and handed overcto Steidten? The rumours that he vetoed the Osman deal on advice of Silkman at xmas? Just rumour ? They opted for Moyes pick Phillips. Older, experienxed and reputation. The past not the present or future.

Will Sullivan be the real decider on Moyes or as repirted a board vote?

Us older fans need to keep healthy enough to outlive our vertically challenged, narcissistic chairman. Real positive change may only be possible once Sullivan is dead?

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