WHO Poll
Q: 2022/23 You are the Chairman what do you do with Moyes?
a. Stick with him obviously, he's delivered two good seasons back to back and will see us out of this dip in form
33%
  
b. If we're still lingering around the bottom three by the start of the WC then that's the time to get rid
29%
  
c. What are we waiting for 2 wins in the last 20 PL games is reason enough to sack him, go now
32%
  
d. I've just got my new Orange & White 3rd Kit with Moyesinho on the back, I can't wait to wear it down to the supermarket, they call me Mr West Ham around here
7%
  



Fresh 12:23 Wed Jan 27
JOB
When the hell are we getting rid? Surely we can loan him out or something

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Alex V 6:43 Wed Feb 10
Re: JOB
Lertie Button 6:31 Wed Feb 10

Exactly. It's just about being pragmatic, and getting the most out of our budgets. If the idea is that Byram would be a relatively inexperienced first-choice right-back next season, then the idea of having extra cover/competition there might mean we didn't need to buy another right-back or cover for left-back either, freeing up funds to spend elsewhere in the squad. If the club feel that players like Knoyle, Page, Hendrie, Burke etc are going to genuinely challenge the full-back spots, or the club are planning to buy more full backs, then the decision might be different, and of course the player might prefer to move on anyway.

Lertie Button 6:31 Wed Feb 10
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It would appear that Mr Bilic agrees with the fat man that he is better than any of young players so unless we win the cup or finish top 6 then we will neither attract or be able to afford a better 4th choice right back, 3rd choice
left back or 6th choice centre back.

Eerie Descent 5:19 Wed Feb 10
Re: JOB
He'll go Ipswich.

El Scorchio 5:11 Wed Feb 10
Re: JOB
Wouldn't be overly surprising given his friend is the manager and the lack of upheaval for his family, but I'd be surprised if there wasn't interest from championship clubs?

Steve P 5:07 Wed Feb 10
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No, but it would be a relief.

whufcroe 5:07 Wed Feb 10
Re: JOB
Wouldn't be a shock to see him turn up at Orient

Steve P 5:06 Wed Feb 10
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Alex V 4:27 Wed Feb 10
Re: JOB
Very reliable player. The club should consider keeping him on.


hahahahahahahahahahahaha!

pdbis 4:48 Wed Feb 10
Re: JOB
Can see BFS going in for him in the summer(especially if they go down).

whufcroe 4:39 Wed Feb 10
Re: JOB
"The club should consider keeping him on"

I like Joey, great bloke to have around etc etc but the club shouldn't consider keeping him, he owes us nothing for the effort he's put in and it's time for him to find a club whee he can play a bit of football.

We should be looking at a young right back to compete and push Byram.

Lee Trundle 4:38 Wed Feb 10
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Easily our worst player last night, and was out of position many times.

Did a JOB for us in the Championship, and our first season back in the Premier League, but we should let him go at the end of the season.

If you need proof I'm right, then look at what Alex V has posted.

Grumpster 4:34 Wed Feb 10
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I'm sure even JOB knows he's limited in certain areas, but the bloke is an outstanding pro and excellent cover.

Shame he couldn't bottle his attitude and give it to plums like Ravel.

Alex V 4:27 Wed Feb 10
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Very reliable player. The club should consider keeping him on.

The Joker 4:25 Wed Feb 10
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No he is shit and a club of our standing should have an international of a major country sitting around, waiting as 4th choice right back.




We really do have some helmets supporting us.

El Scorchio 2:08 Wed Feb 10
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I think he did really well last night until he got injured.

Up against some decent players after a long time out.

I think we should keep him on until there's no space for him in the 25. He can cover a few positions adequately.

Alex Bunbury 2:00 Wed Feb 10
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Thought he did OK as he has for the whole of the time he's been with us.

andyd12345 12:10 Wed Feb 10
Re: JOB
I thought he was fucking rubbish. There were 3 or 4 occasions they were overloading down the right hand side, and I look up to see Calamity O Brien trotting back over the halfway line without a care I the world.

Northern Sold 11:46 Wed Feb 10
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One of the few BFS purchases I actually like... reckon he is right dirty in a bar room brawl

gph 11:29 Wed Feb 10
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Worth his (fairly lowly) place in the squad.

And he's not THAT ugly. Some talk like he should have bag on his head.

Swiss. 10:59 Wed Feb 10
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No Surface Luis Boa Morte deserved every bit of stick he got on here. Utter gash.

BRANDED 10:54 Wed Feb 10
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Almost scored

ironsofcanada 10:53 Wed Feb 10
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Antonio did well, worked hard, love him.

That said, he has shown a lack of finesse offensively and I wondered if that might show in a critical moment in a tackle at RB.

Would rather not find out as we need him up front.

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