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Keep dreaming 5:32 Fri Oct 25
Pellegrini and his mantra
From day one we and, most importantly, the players have been fed the importance of having a big team mentality.

Now he has instead called for a winning mentality.

What professional, or even sunday league, footballer lack a winning mentality? Isn't it why we start playing football in the first place, to win?

It this mantra stuff a bluff to put the blame on the players?

I mean, if you have players who work hard and have good skills and a tactic to score goals. Isn't that enough?

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rochesterjohn 2:31 Sun Oct 27
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Yup!
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paulon 2:25 Sun Oct 27
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he’s a bit SHIT isn’t he?

rochesterjohn 1:43 Sun Oct 27
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He’s being well and truly found out isn’t he?
The football is fuckin dire as it has been all season bar 1 game, it’s just that his luck has run out and the results mirror the performances now... We’ve had an incredibly kind fixture list to date as well, it ain’t getting any better.

diehardhammer 12:37 Sun Oct 27
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Ok will do cheers princess x

One McAvennieeeeee 12:35 Sun Oct 27
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Put your air pods in and listen to your boyfriends, you fucking cunt.

diehardhammer 12:33 Sun Oct 27
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Just fine sitting 9th and 3 points off 5th thanks x

One McAvennieeeeee 12:31 Sun Oct 27
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You ok, bottom half of the table cunt?

diehardhammer 12:29 Sun Oct 27
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What’s the matter princess x

One McAvennieeeeee 12:20 Sun Oct 27
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Speaking of prideless cunts, the old pod cast cunt TRYhard hammer is about.

Fucking cunt.

Keep dreaming 12:08 Sun Oct 27
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Big team or winning mentality.
Doesn't make any difference what fancy words you instill in their heads, it surely isn't making any difference.

diehardhammer 12:00 Sun Oct 27
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You ok hun?

One McAvennieeeeee 11:52 Sat Oct 26
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diehardhammer 10:17 Sat Oct 26
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You've got some check you fucking social media cunt.

One McAvennieeeeee 11:51 Sat Oct 26
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Geezer is washed up. A bit like the owners of this club.

They are all fucking delighted to see teams like crystal fucking palace and a f fucking c Bournemouth out perform us.

Prideless fucking cunts.

threesixty 11:43 Sat Oct 26
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It's always the managers fault. Thats why they get the money they do, it's about responsibility.

If they don't put the ball in the net for whatever reason, that's MP's fault. His job is to make sure that happens. He can choose not to play the players that miss. He can sell them, train them better, give them a hypnotist.. its doesn't matter as long as he gets it to happen.

If he has been here a month then you can say he cant reasonably effect change etc.. A year and half, 2 preseasons and 3 transfer windows.. Its definitely his fault.

goose 11:39 Sat Oct 26
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When’s his contract up?

Bishopsfinger 11:04 Sat Oct 26
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We so desperately need a ball winner and some drive in midfield. God we need Antonio back.

diehardhammer 10:17 Sat Oct 26
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find it weird pellegrini taking all the blame despite numerous chances being missed and poor keeping for their goal.

surely the blame lies with the attackers not putting away the numerous chances created

side note - MP is on "up to £7m a year" not £10m, not sure where that figure came from

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/football/2018/05/21/west-ham-agree-manuel-pellegrini-deal-worth-7m-year/

threesixty 9:41 Sat Oct 26
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Isn’t it the sad thing when supporting West Ham when you realise this isn’t going to work?

It’s like being with a girl and your all optimistic and then she does some bat shit crazy thing and you know in your heart this ain’t happening. But you keep going , lying to yourself..

We’ve been here before. The reality is that if after a year or so you pretty much see the same shit happening again and again, you just know as a coach he really has done fuck all different to anyone else before him just spent more.

I hope I’m wrong but I can’t see it on the pitch. And if noble turns round again and passes backwards I’m going to fucking scream!

Sven Roeder 9:32 Sat Oct 26
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Treading water is right, dicksie.
I don’t watch us and have an idea of what we are trying to achieve, how we are looking to score and how we are developing the club.
If you asked for the characteristics of our team you’d say ... slow , sloppy & vulnerable.
The team needs shaking up but it’s hard to see any options. Which is telling.

tnb 9:24 Sat Oct 26
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Allardyce had work rate but valued it to an extreme - remember him lauding Matty Taylor's performance against Chelsea purely because he ran around a lot. Moyes was in a similar mould, and probably did his standing in fans minds no harm at all by not having his contract renewed - he had a clear job to do and he did it, without having to answer awkward questions regarding how he planned to progress afterwards.

Pellegrini values technicality far above work rate. Again, that's too much of an extreme. Today Snodgrass was our most effective player by a mile and then some. I like Snodgrass, we all love a trier and he is actually a better footballer than he is often given credit for. But let's be frank, if you have aspirations to the higher end of the league and he is your star performer largely because he worked hard then you have a problem.

What you need is a balance. We haven't got that at the moment. Still, if it was easy to find such a manager then owning a club would be a piece of piss.

I agree that Pardew promotion and cup final seasons were probably the last time we really saw that blend consistently, perhaps parts of Bilic's first season too but we all know how that particular story ended.

North Bank 9:23 Sat Oct 26
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Time for Pellers to stop talking the talk, actions speak louder and all that

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