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Keep dreaming 10:24 Sat Nov 2
Pellegrini Out
Had to be done sooner or later. I'm afraid our owners will keep it later to save some pounds.

I applauded him coming in, and to be honest, have really tried to play football after a couple horrendous years under bfs and Moyes.

But now, he seems lost. I don't believe is the manager to get the most out of our players anymore.

What about you? In or Out?

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goose 5:53 Sat Nov 16
Re: Pellegrini Out
No chance will it be Pulis.

If we are still in the shit it’ll be big Sam or Moyes.

terry-h 5:45 Sat Nov 16
Re: Pellegrini Out
I would not be surprised if Pulis comes in if we are in the bottom three around the turn of the year. Relegation is unthinkable for the dildos and despite the 20 million plus payoff, the alternative will cost them more.
A fresh batch of West Ham baseball caps has been ordered mark my words.

cartis 4:59 Sat Nov 16
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Sir Alf 2:01 Sat Nov 16

Exactly.

Totally unbalanced, dreadful transfer business , I wonder what was going through his mind.

There is not an ounce of fight in this team , easily bullied, no pace, we lose the midfield battle every week , there is no words for the goal keeper.

We need a few characters in double quick, I look at us now and i'd say we are a 4/6 shot to go down unless there are three decent players added to the squad in January wether bought or loaned.

I have no faith in Pellegrini to turn this around at all, even less in the two old cunts to make some decent footballing decisions for a change.

We are in huge trouble make no mistake.

Any Old Iron 4:40 Sat Nov 16
Re: Pellegrini Out
There is absolutely zero chance of this OAP turning things around. Something has gone seriously wrong since the Man utd game and I think the rot (whatever it is) has set in and this old boy doesn't have what it takes to get things going again.

As usual the berks will faff about and only press the panic button when it's probably too late.

But whatever their thinking, the one thing they MUST have prepared is a very good idea who would replace him. Because in two weeks time we could have lost back-to-back London derbies and fans will be calling for his head.

Sir Alf 2:01 Sat Nov 16
Re: Pellegrini Out
Let’s be honest

Looking at the squad he has assembled we are in big trouble

Peckham 9:46 Fri Nov 15
Re: Pellegrini Out
Despite the cash being good. He must now be on a proper comedown working with this board compared to his past appointments and experiences.

Peckham 9:46 Fri Nov 15
Re: Pellegrini Out
Despite the cash being good. He must now be on a proper comedown working with this board compared to his past appointments and experiences.

Peckham 9:38 Fri Nov 15
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C&P
Manuel Pellegrini interview ages ago I think.

*It’s about having the capability financially to bring in players to compete with the big teams.

* I think it was a really good decision because I came to an extraordinary club.

As far as I’m concerned, it’s one of the best clubs in terms of organisation: a chairman who understands the vision clearly and has the capital to make the club grow. And a director of football who, apart from a few exceptions, had great dialogue with players coming into the club.

*Qualify for Europe every year and reach the Champions League semi finals, they would have put me away in the madhouse.

*But I asked the players to step up and, gradually, they understood.

Give the charming dinosaur a little time....


https://www.coachesvoice.com/manuel-pellegrini-west-ham-real-madrid/

Russ of the BML 12:11 Wed Nov 13
Re: Pellegrini Out
Come On You Irons 10:14 Wed Nov 13

I think that sounds fair.

goose 10:40 Wed Nov 13
Re: Pellegrini Out
He’s not turning anything around.
You can take that to the bank.

diehardhammer 10:28 Wed Nov 13
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https://www.claretandhugh.info/parkesy-put-blame-where-it-belongs-for-irons-slump/

now C&H done an article supporting pellegrini via Phil Parkes

Barty 10:15 Wed Nov 13
Re: Pellegrini Out
Manuel Pellegrini is set to remain as West Ham manager.

The club trust him to turn the current form around, and will buy two new players in January, with a defender and centre midfielder being targeted. (via
@NicoSchira
)

https://twitter.com/WHUFCFZ/status/1194363347115872256




I´m happy they are thinking a midfielder, we have needed a centremidfielder for fcking ages

Come On You Irons 10:14 Wed Nov 13
Re: Pellegrini Out
Having let the dust settle for a few days after the abject debacle at Burnley, I am still in favour of giving Pellegrini the next five league games scheduled before Christmas to turn things around.

I think the board should set a minimum requiremf two wins/ six points from thiose next five games. Anything less, and I think he would need to go ahead of the January transfer window.

Performances will be important also, as we have looked like a soft touch lately, which I think is the most alarming and frustrating thing for supporters.

goose 8:39 Wed Nov 13
Re: Pellegrini Out
Dave you might wanna touch up on your comprehension skills.
I said while there are worse teams they won’t sack him, if that changes they will.

Simple stuff really.

daveyg 8:16 Wed Nov 13
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diehard
Where was that.
I'm banned again by those twats at CandH for arguing about his stupid line up.
Zabaletta and Snodgrass in midfield hahaha and Noble to come on........

daveyg 7:59 Wed Nov 13
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Goose
What on earth are you on about.
If the losing run continues and we get relegated it's going to cost a hell of a lot more than his 18 months of his contract.
I'm also sure that if we are relegated then there would be something in the contract to give him fuck all.

Peckham 1:29 Wed Nov 13
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Dmitri Halajko
Agreed MaryMG.
Some have said he lacks experience, but he is doing a stellar job with the U23s. If this continues, his consistency then he deserves an opportunity , everyone has to start their Premiership journey at some point.

MaryMillingtonsGhost 1:03 Wed Nov 13
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Dmitri Halajko

The older cunts ain’t doing it, let the youngsters have a go. Could they be any more shit?

Peckham 12:47 Wed Nov 13
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Although I am pro Pellegrini for now, Kovac is youngish with a good profile and experience, got some trophies behind him and clearly ambitious.

Slim Shady 12:24 Wed Nov 13
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Evidently it’s going to be Arsene

Pickle Rick 2:44 Tue Nov 12
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goose 11:16 Tue Nov 12

We play Southampton on 14\\12, lose that and they would need to do a serious rethink.

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