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iphammer 8:32 Fri Jul 19
35 Million Spent So Far In This Transfer Window
So far our owners have spent 35 million taking into account players that have been sold and players that have been bought.

Will our owners put their hands in their pockets and spend more money? I personally can’t see that happening

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cartis 2:44 Mon Jul 22
Re: 35 Million Spent So Far In This Transfer Window
Spot on Penners.
How some people defend them is mind blowing.

RichyP 2:42 Mon Jul 22
Re: 35 Million Spent So Far In This Transfer Window
I disagree, I think Roberto will provide much better back up to Fabianski than Sanchez will to Rice or Hernandez/Antonio will to Haller

Full Claret Jacket 2:23 Mon Jul 22
Re: 35 Million Spent So Far In This Transfer Window
Claret my point is that as a fan it's not a worry. The manager will know they will need a player or formation to cover for injuries wherever they may be. We aren't a one man team. Rice isnt the finished article and irreplaceable. Nobody is worried about Fabianski getting injured and I think that would be more of an issue to our results. I cant see the point in worrying about situations that havent happened and even if they did wouldnt kill our season. Why do people get so hysterical over who we havent got in case we need them.

Block 12:15 Mon Jul 22
Re: 35 Million Spent So Far In This Transfer Window
Calm down, Penners son?

penners28 12:14 Mon Jul 22
Re: 35 Million Spent So Far In This Transfer Window
its groundhog day, yet fans still defend the owners

they promised the world, and are doing the absolute minimum to ensure we at least stay in the league each year. earning millions in interest.

I can only think some fans are proper thick

Thames Ironworks 10:43 Mon Jul 22
Re: 35 Million Spent So Far In This Transfer Window
I can't see them willing to match what they have already paid out for Haller. There is a lot of talk that this guy is amazing yet we'll have to wait and see.

Personally I cannot see us progressing as a club without more investment and use of the youth squad and a lot more improvement in the training facilities.

scott_d 10:03 Mon Jul 22
Re: 35 Million Spent So Far In This Transfer Window
The problem with Balotelli and Costa is they both have the potential to destroy the dressing room - and it's quite likely they will.

Something a club like West Ham have had problems with in the past and no doubt has affected our performances on the pitch.

Now that we have got rid of that cunt Arnie, I'd like to think things have calmed down and relationships within the dressing room will improve?

claret on my shirt 1:43 Mon Jul 22
Re: 35 Million Spent So Far In This Transfer Window
Full Claret Jacket 12:09 Mon Jul 22

Are you serious when you say "Why worry about a theoretical situation"? That's what all good managers do in real life, they have a plan B and maybe even a plan C.

Can you imagine the board meeting, DS says to Pellegrini " What happens then if Declan gets injured for a couple of months and Pellegrini replies " It's just a theoretical situation so no need to have a plan or worry about it!"

Takashi Miike 12:40 Mon Jul 22
Re: 35 Million Spent So Far In This Transfer Window
what's absolute bollocks? we have just two capable strikers, just two central midfield players good enough for premier league football and the same group of defenders that apart from fredericks, diop & balbuena are poor and will again be exposed this season. we have a good first eleven and that's it

Full Claret Jacket 12:09 Mon Jul 22
Re: 35 Million Spent So Far In This Transfer Window
For those stressing about what happen with injuries, it's worth noting that we've lost key players to injury a lot in recent years. Last year the team was decimated by them including players we thought were key to us.

Guess what, the season could have been better but wasn't a disaster, we weren't in a relegation battle.

Why worry about a theoretical situation?

Full Claret Jacket 12:03 Mon Jul 22
Re: 35 Million Spent So Far In This Transfer Window
For me the last two seasons have been a much more professional and more focused building of the team. If we can only afford a couple of quality additions and can keep our best then that's good. So we lose a couple of fringe players, maybe it opens the door to some youth.

Sullivan is a billionaire but only on paper with that 'value' based on assets including a large property portfolio, some of which will be under strain and losing value.

I don't really take much notice of the owners to be honest. Too many people make it all personal. All I care about is a good day out, seeing my team bring a little bit of excitement to my mundane life and to enjoy the days when we beat opposition that thinks it's better than us.

the exile 11:33 Sun Jul 21
Re: 35 Million Spent So Far In This Transfer Window
Takashi Miike 1:05

Absolute bollocks. We've lost nobody that anyone gives a fuck about and made two excellent signings. Still a couple of weeks in the window too.

penners28 11:21 Sun Jul 21
Re: 35 Million Spent So Far In This Transfer Window
Sullivan is a billionaire. Hth

grasshopper 9:00 Sun Jul 21
Re: 35 Million Spent So Far In This Transfer Window
Claret, you must remember that the owners only have 450 knicker shops as opposed to 450 oil wells

claret on my shirt 4:05 Sun Jul 21
Re: 35 Million Spent So Far In This Transfer Window
we need a left back badly, we need a decent DM to help Declan. If Haller or Rice get injured for a few months we are fucked. 30m is fuck all especially when they have cut the wage bill quite a lot as well.

Takashi Miike 1:05 Sun Jul 21
Re: 35 Million Spent So Far In This Transfer Window
I wouldn't believe anything off that shit propaganda site, it's yet another episode of asset stripping with them having zero will to replace the players going out of the club

grasshopper 1:00 Sun Jul 21
Re: 35 Million Spent So Far In This Transfer Window
History repeating

J.Riddle 11:58 Sat Jul 20
Re: 35 Million Spent So Far In This Transfer Window
So no replacement for Obiang?

That’s £7m and £2.6m per year saved on wages.

West Ham had previously said they will listen to offers for Obiang the 27-year-old this summer who is said to earn around £50,000 per week.

Claret and Hugh understand that Obiang’s position is unlikely to be replaced this summer as Pellegrini believes he has enough cover in midfield and that Obiang was surplus to requirements.

J.Riddle 11:53 Sat Jul 20
Re: 35 Million Spent So Far In This Transfer Window
Obiang off for £7m tomorrow, perhaps a mod could change the title to 28 Million Spent.....

Takashi Miike 11:32 Sat Jul 20
Re: 35 Million Spent So Far In This Transfer Window
*yet again*

Takashi Miike 11:32 Sat Jul 20
Re: 35 Million Spent So Far In This Transfer Window
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