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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
b. If we're still lingering around the bottom three by the start of the WC then that's the time to get rid
c. What are we waiting for 2 wins in the last 20 PL games is reason enough to sack him, go now
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

Balto 8:57 Tue May 16
Slav's Statistics
I've just checked out our manager on Wiki. His managerial stats. are a 37% win ratio for us. His time with Hadjuk Split, Croatia, Besiktas were all much better. I think the Premier League is the hardest but even so this is worrying.?

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Sven Roeder 2:57 Wed May 17
Re: Slav's Statistics
Greenwood was all top division

Iron Duke 2:20 Wed May 17
Re: Slav's Statistics
So if you go by the stats, Allardyce was better than Greenwood.

Anyway, Bilic has also won more games than he's lost, and I like the way you have rounded 37.5% down to 37%.

These stats are pointless, just like this thread.

diddly 1:25 Wed May 17
Re: Slav's Statistics
seth 11:10 Wed May 17

interesting stats. makes my blood boil to think that Bonzo got the archer's with that win ratio (43%). Wait a minute a certain Mr. Redknapp was involved .... that explains it then.

Westside 1:19 Wed May 17
Re: Slav's Statistics
If it was 37% each season, rather than an average of two, it would be a good start.

Guarantees you 42 points in wins, so add some draws, you've got 50 points a season, as as a starting point. Good enough for 8th.

However, it's a very small sample size of two seasons.This year's win ratio is sub 30% Doesn't need to drop much, to be a relegation win ratio.

So is Bilic on a downward win ratio curve?

Bexley Ironworks 12:19 Wed May 17
Re: Slav's Statistics
This season was always going to be a challenge for obvious reasons and yes, it hasn't been great. Many of Bilic's decisions have been perplexing and left me scratching my head. We've suffered some humiliating losses and have only really had a handful of decent performances to savour at the OS.

Regardless of all that Bilic is still 10 times the manager Allardyce was. Even with all the injuries we've suffered over the season, I go to matches hoping that we're able to put on a performance, rather than knowing we'll be shutting up shop and trying to nick a goal.

For all his shortcomings Bilic has the fans and most of the team behind him, he tries to set his team out to play the right way, and I believe he's earnt another season to prove himself.

Takashi Miike 11:23 Wed May 17
Re: Slav's Statistics
willtell, you know what I was referring to and why I quoted silva. stop being an obtuse cunt

Grumpster 11:15 Wed May 17
Re: Slav's Statistics
And right there if you want Slav out, you have left yourself open to the fact that maybe he didn't buy all of the dross last summer either then?

Marco Boogers 11:14 Wed May 17
Re: Slav's Statistics
He never brought Antonio, Sullivan did, and only played him once Moses was injured.

Grumpster 11:13 Wed May 17
Re: Slav's Statistics
Would hazard a guess that premiership only, Slav is right up there, if not at the top.

Modern fans only see what's happened recently, so for every Tore and Feghouli, they forget Antonio and Lanzini who he also brought in.

seth 11:10 Wed May 17
Re: Slav's Statistics
Slaven's win % is very respectable compared to previous managers...

Apparently Alan Curbishley holds the best win Premier League win percentage at West Ham (37.10%). Bilic has 36%.

Over all games Bilic is better than: Redknapp, Greenwood, Macari

And not far behind Allardyce, Pardew, given that they had stretches out of the top​ flight.

Syd King 1901-1932 638 248 146 244 38.87%
Charlie Paynter 1932-1950 480 198 116 166 41.25%
Ted Fenton 1950-1961 483 192 107 184 39.75%
Ron Greenwood 1961-1974 613 215 165 233 35.07%
John Lyall 1974-1989 708 277 176 255 39.12%
Lou Macari 1989-1990 38 14 12 12 36.84%
Ronnie Boyce* 1990 1 0 1 0 0.00%
Billy Bonds 1990-1994 227 99 61 67 43.61%
Harry Redknapp 1994-2001 327 121 85 121 37.00%
Glenn Roeder 2001-2003 86 27 23 36 31.40%
Trevor Brooking* 2003 14 9 4 1 64.29%
Alan Pardew 2003-2006 163 67 38 58 41.10%
Alan Curbishley 2006-2008 71 28 14 29 39.44%
Kevin Keen* 2008 1 0 0 1 0.00%
Gianfranco Zola 2008-2010 80 23 21 36 28.75%
Avram Grant 2010-2011 47 15 12 20 31.91%
Kevin Keen* 2011 1 0 0 1 0.00%
Sam Allardyce 2011-2015 181 69 45 67 38.12%
Slaven Bilic 2015 - 96 36 27 33 37.50

Sven Roeder 10:14 Wed May 17
Re: Slav's Statistics
It's a team
The lack of strikers makes you more vulnerable defensively as the other team can push forward with no worries.
Ayew and Calleri could still be on the pitch this morning and wouldn't have scored since Sunday.
James Milner played left wing as he wasn't worried about anyone forcing him to actually be a left back.

Russ of the BML 10:10 Wed May 17
Re: Slav's Statistics
This is embarrassing. Lock this shit.

LeroysBoots 10:08 Wed May 17
Re: Slav's Statistics
Minus 18 goal difference ?

And we are all talking about strikers that we need !?!!

Couldn't make it up, midfield and defence are our priorities

Hermit Road 9:42 Wed May 17
Re: Slav's Statistics
I don't care much for stats, the football is almost unwatchable though. That should bother anyone. Boring players, playing boring football. Like Allardyce-lite.

One McAvennieeeeee 9:38 Wed May 17
Re: Slav's Statistics
Fuck me, our lot are much worse than Arsenal fans.

They got used to winning stuff and want it back. Understandable.

Our lot are a proper embarrassment. Suit the stadium they all wanted to be fair.

Grumpster 9:33 Wed May 17
Re: Slav's Statistics
Christ we has as many pathetic fans as arsenal nowadays.

His record for us was brilliant when we had our own stadium and I guarantee it would have been better this season if we were still there.

mallard 9:25 Wed May 17
Re: Slav's Statistics
What are the win percentages of our previous managers ?

Trevor B 8:23 Wed May 17
Re: Slav's Statistics
Why do people have such an issue with bosmans? it's the quality of the players you should be looking at, not whether they signed on a free.

Sven Roeder 8:22 Wed May 17
Re: Slav's Statistics
Besitkas played in a neutral stadium while he was there didn't they?
And won the league when they moved into their new ground.

I'm more interested in what he has done with us. He has one good season & one where he has raised major doubts.
This season has been a DEBACLE and other teams shitness has saved us as we have regressed to how we were at the end of the Allardyce era.
I imagine he will be reluctantly allowed to carry on with the finger poised over the trigger finger.
How that scenario and relationship plays out when he is asking for money to buy players is worrying.
Lots of doubts and second guessing I suspect.
Plus loans & Bosmans?

Darby_ 8:12 Wed May 17
Re: Slav's Statistics
Hadjuk are the Celtic or Rangers of Croatia. He only managed there for 16 games anyway. Besiktas are also always in the top four in the Super League. They actually won it last season.

Willtell 7:39 Wed May 17
Re: Slav's Statistics
Reply Takashi Miike 9:05 Tue May 16

So WH should keep Bilic because he has a better win percentage than Marco Silva who got relegated! Yep I see the logic there Miike. Hopefully our owners have more sense.

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