WHO Poll
Q: Manuel Pellegrini - What should we do
a. A good man & a good coach we should stick with him
b. A busted flush & he's outstayed his welcome, time to go
c. What difference does it really make who's in charge while the current owners are still in control

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 9:13 Thu Dec 12
Re: Pellegrini Out
Sounds like no-one fancies the job then. I wonder why that might be?

We’ve gone from demanding PL experience to looking at zero managerial experience.

Maybe Sullivan will have a crack at it.

daveyg 8:49 Thu Dec 12
Re: Pellegrini Out
I read that too.
Why was Maresca taking training ?
Why for one match ? then changed for the Arsenal game doesn't make much sense.

Queens Fish Bar 1:27 Thu Dec 12
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Sajmo1 9:57 Wed Dec 11

Lets just do it, it can't get any worse.

Sajmo1 9:57 Wed Dec 11
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"West Ham’s shock win against Chelsea was masterminded by Enzo Maresca, with the club’s second assistant coach taking over training in the lead-up to the game. He could take temporary control of the team if Pellegrini is sacked." (Guardian)
Maresca was once managed by pellegrini and apparently players have enjoyed his training sessions. If that's true I'd stick with him until summer. Much better option then hughton or moyes and it would save us some money for summer window (if we are going to spend any money obviously).

grasshopper 4:27 Wed Dec 11
Re: Pellegrini Out
To be honest, i don’t trust the owners to get a decent manager in to replace Pelle.

Find it rather bizarre that a manager of his calibre has fallen on his sword here.

He has spent a lot of money, not strengthened the squad in the right place

But something smells at the club, its seems rotten to the core.

In summary, we need a fresh start with new leadership... but who?

Moyes, houghton etc. no inspiration, i want the club to move forward

Swiss. 3:26 Wed Dec 11
Re: Pellegrini Out

Probably a multiple choice questionairre with one answer.

Sniper 1:58 Wed Dec 11
Re: Pellegrini Out
It would maybe help if they asked any new manager what his plan for the club would be - formation, style, tactics. Then if there are any players they definitely want or need and any areas they can identify within the squad that need strengthening in the short and longer term to match their plan. And how they plan to transition into their style whilst waiting for those players to come

You know, have a sort of strategy, and overall approach set out, instead of a scattergun cheapskate approach

New Jersey 1:51 Wed Dec 11
Re: Pellegrini Out
I thought 'no more delay and dither' was one of Boris' mantras but it certainly applies to our inept board! Fucking hopeless at running a football club!

CR 1:45 Wed Dec 11
Re: Pellegrini Out
Everything is always a gamble with our owners. They gamble on buying injured players who cost money but don’t play. They gamble on managers turning things round when other owners give their clubs a kick start with a new manager. They gamble on a goalkeeper getting fit in time to turn the season round even though the rot may have set in with the team and the goalkeeper may not come back in time or get injured again. They continue to gamble with our club because they don’t give a stuff really. Ultimately they are gambling that they can a fill a stadium of that size in the Championship.

Willtell 1:13 Wed Dec 11
Re: Pellegrini Out
It says on the OS he's 35 next April...

goose 12:28 Wed Dec 11
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is Fabianski really 35??

i did not realise that.

Bishopsfinger 12:18 Wed Dec 11
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Of course he’s relying on Fabianski he’s hoping and praying it will change the rot. It’s the cheapest gamble available

Sajmo1 12:14 Wed Dec 11
Re: Pellegrini Out
Everton and Arsenal will probably end up with quality managers like ancelotti and allegri while we are looking towards moyes and hughton. What a joke of an club.

Sir Alf 9:52 Wed Dec 11
Re: Pellegrini Out
Worst scenario is we get a point at Southampton ( unlikely I know ) and that gives Sullivan the excuse he needs to delay further. His hope is that he can get thru past the Jan window without replacing Pellegrini to avoid the need for bringing players in on expensive loans that a new manager might need ? That said he would hire someone that would not demand that

There is no evidence to suggest Pellegrini cane stop what is the fastest sinking club in all 4 leagues .

Or maybe the intellectually challenged Sullivan really does think it’s just a case of getting 35 year old Fabianski back ?

Our owners track record for being indecisive or simply making short sighted, blind faith calls on football matters is legendary.

goose 9:38 Wed Dec 11
Re: Pellegrini Out
Is there a more depressing PL club to support at the moment?

We all know he’ll go after defeat this weekend.
We also know they will appoint some boring and unimaginative dinosaur to safeguard their investment.

What’s the point?

paulon 9:30 Wed Dec 11
Re: Pellegrini Out
wouldn’t get too over sentimental about Bilic

people were saying the same thing about Jokanovic at Fulham a couple of years ago and he’s currently managing in fucking Qatar!

Troy McClure 8:43 Wed Dec 11
Re: Pellegrini Out
I would love Scott Parker to come in and kick some arse.

Worried though cos great players, as we’ve seen over the years, don’t always make great managers.

Godwinson 8:38 Wed Dec 11
Re: Pellegrini Out
What Bilic is doing at West Brom is great but he would have taken us down. I don’t regret getting rid of him.

I just wonder if any manager would be able to succeed with the Cesspit/Dildo Bros formula.

Texas Iron 7:43 Wed Dec 11
Re: Pellegrini Out

Ancelotti is available...NOW...

normannomates 6:23 Wed Dec 11
Re: Pellegrini Out
I'd have Wilder.. Like that fella.

But he's cushty where he is.. And rightly so... Like his attitude. and crucially he backs it up.
One of them though.. Good fit for the Yorkie cunts.. WH London and all that entails?... Take a wild guess.
In fact I can't think of one decent manager that could potentially come in and change things.. They will appoint Hughton on a short termer.. You see

theaxeman 2:16 Wed Dec 11
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Just looking at the 'team of the decade' thread and realised that no manager can be successful with our board in charge. They will never invest properly.

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