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Spandex Sidney 6:49 Sat Sep 10
Shocking! West Ham's last seven league games
P7 W2 D0 L5 = 6 points from 21 possible

Last 11 Games (Competitive Games)
P11 W3 D1 L7

I've always believed form carries over from season to season and on that league sample we will get 30 to 33 points this season!! Okay that's not going to happen (I hope!) but you can't argue with the form.

The fact we have drawn none of out last 7 league games shows where the problem is, bad teams with good defences draw, just as we did without Payet last season.

Slaven needs to sort that because I reckon a couple more games like this and Sullivan will be forced to at least consider alternatives, purely from a business/succession perspective. Hopefully it won't come to that because if Sunderland beat Everton on Monday then we will be 19th in the league after this weekends games

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Spandex Sidney 3:35 Sun Sep 11
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Oh I don't think it's a terminal spin, relegation teams tend to have a smell about them and we don't! When we have Payet and Lanzini fit and Zaza is up to speed then we look pretty potent going forward with The Flying Scotsman Antonio constantly punching through defences.

But we are abject, beyond abject at the back. Dicks is clearly out of his depth as our 'specialist' defensive coach and needs to go. He was a patsy to placate the fans, I'll never forget watching him on the sidelines during one of the early euro games last season when Bilic was banned and he looked like a bloke from the pub who didn't know where he was. He needs to replaced with a proper defensive coach with a track record in that role.

I feel for Adrian a bit because a GK is always likely to make a ricket when the players in front of him are in disarray. However overall the team had no shape, it was a 4141 but considering most of us thought it was a 4231 showed how unorganised we were for a home game against bang average opposition. That is purely down to Bilic, the massive pitch and the slow players we have towards the back requires a solid 4231, 4141 we will get murdered when we have a dodgy fullback

Arbeloa has got to play and get match fit asap and Obiang and Kouyate have to be the two defensive holders, Noble is struggling, we all know it. He leaves gaps because he's trying to get forward but he's too slow and he has a slower collins behind him.

We can all see this, I just hope Bilic can. Plus it will be hard to bench Noble but needs must and Ogbonna needs to start over Collins. Plus Collins is a red card and penalty waiting to happen because his lack of pace and it's just not happening for Noble

Capitol Man 3:20 Sun Sep 11
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I don't think it's terminal. Clearly we have something going forward. At the back we held up ok against some very strong sides - clearly we thought we had it made half an hour in yesterday.

The only game where we can say we actually dropped points was yesterday. Pretty horrendously dropped though.

Spandex Sidney 3:16 Sun Sep 11
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Bubbles, when does knicker wetting turn into legitimate concern?

I think seven league games with certain relegation points total is certainly in the latter camp. That's virtually a fifth of a league season and let's be honest the Bournemouth win was hardly emphatic was it?

BubblesCyprus 2:45 Sun Sep 11
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For a manager only a few monts ago was being hailed the best in years I now know why the expression of ''knee jerkers'' is regular on here !!

13 Brentford Rd 12:22 Sun Sep 11
Re: SHOCKING! West Ham's last seven league games
Billic is in self destruct mode. Plays our top goalscorer at RB, flogs off Tomkins as he thinks a 33 year lump is better.
Then just buys wingers / att mids when we've needed a RB and esp strikers for years

Completely lost the plot. Can't set the team up properly to defend, can'y motivate the players and the team was totally unprepared for the start of the season.

Add in the Europa shambles AGAIN and as said our form at the end of last season which has carriedover and he is a dead man walking unless things turn around quickly!

southwoodford 12:11 Sun Sep 11
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jack flash 9:53 Sat Sep 10

I find myself agreeing - it's not looking good. If Bilic is to be credited with our great season last year then Bilic has to take full responsibility for our drop in form since May. The evidence is mounting that he isn't getting it right.

jack flash 9:53 Sat Sep 10
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If it was one or two poor displays, fair enough, you could call it knee-jerk or knicker wetting or whatever, but it isn't

It's a series of poor displays since the end of last season, with only our scrambled win against Manu last season helping to paper over the cracks

We should have easily capped last season off by getting into Europe legitimately rather than by default, relying on manu to win the FA Cup, but blew it big time

We should have waltzed into the next round in Europe but again blew it big time by getting beaten at home by a very poor side

Blame injuries as much as you like, but we've had all summer to strengthen the vulnerable positions but wasted millions on average wingers instead of quality defenders. Selling Tomkins was a massive mistake

We have a powder-puff midfield with only Noble & Kouyate to do the graft & very little cover at CH

Defending like today will only lead us one way. I'm not optimistic that we can improve either

Spandex Sidney 8:19 Sat Sep 10
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I agree that it looks like they know something's wrong. It seemed to start with the rumours of a bust up about Antonio at RB. Surely the players can't be doubting the manager?

Fucking hope not.

The Hammers 7:28 Sat Sep 10
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We could easily end up becoming the next Aston Villa or Newcastle United if we are not careful.

Big stadium and big fan base simply do not guarantee success.

Hammer and Pickle 7:28 Sat Sep 10
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It looks like a bunch of people who know there's something wrong they can't put right so there's no point in trying until it is.

This is worrying.

ted fenton 7:26 Sat Sep 10
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Knicker wetting !!!!!!

:^) 7:22 Sat Sep 10
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We've let in 17 goals in the last 7 PL games.

GRIM

Spandex Sidney 6:53 Sat Sep 10
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Actually just realised that Arsenal got a 95th min penalty to beat Southampton and leave us 17th. Thank fuck!

Relying on other teams already! Yay! See, we have our West Ham back!





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