WHO Poll
Q: Manuel Pellegrini - What should we do
a. A good man & a good coach we should stick with him
13%
  
b. A busted flush & he's outstayed his welcome, time to go
36%
  
c. What difference does it really make who's in charge while the current owners are still in control
52%
  



toadinthehole 3:08 Sat Nov 23
He's lost the dressing room
Haller Anderson Yarmalenko DON"T CARE, they gave 0 effort

Rice Noble Snodgrass gave 100% because they love West Ham not Pellegrini

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Sajmo1 12:29 Sun Nov 24
Re: He's lost the dressing room
It's completely irrelevant now who is playing. When fab got injured against bournemouth the season was over for us. When roberto was subbed in you could see that our players were absolutely terrified. Nothing will change until fab returns no matter who's in charge. I'm 100% sure that city would be 10th right now with that man on goal.

Sir Alf 12:22 Sun Nov 24
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Dropping Ogbonna for Balbuena after the Everton game was a bigger sign of Pellegrini having favourites. Ogbonna had been consistently playing well this season and on that day he and Diop were our best 2 players.

“The Engineer” engineering a way to play a South American rather than on merit. Arfur not been great but is better than Cresswell and he was brought back after Cresswell injures then dropped again. He was no worse than Cresswell who for me is playing because he scored a couple of goals one that free kick against United. That is the simplistic thinking of Manuel I would guess? Arfur is faster and stronger than Cresswell and while ultimately we need better than both he occupies the opposition more than lightweight Cresswell IMHO

that said it is our midfield and keeper that is the biggest problem

RM10 12:16 Sun Nov 24
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I wonder what the poor loves are upset about, since Oxford!

chedylan 2 11:32 Sun Nov 24
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Sullivan had fucking better be talking to some managers today.

Vexed 11:27 Sun Nov 24
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If this is the case he needs to fucking drop them. Playing them every game is not going to fix the problem.

wanstead_hammer 11:18 Sun Nov 24
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He’s lost the plot.

CHL - haha.

british is best 11:03 Sun Nov 24
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He certainly has lost most of the dressing room. Can't help but feel the axing of Masaaki is somehow connected.

daveyg 8:37 Sun Nov 24
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Yarmolenko is a strange one. He was playing well, scoring goals,looked fit and was having love ins with the medical staff.
Then goes away in the International break with Ukraine, scores then returns and can't be arsed.
Something is not right.

HairyHammer 8:34 Sun Nov 24
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Losing the dressing room to me is players acting like children,.
I have said long ago British is best manager and more players because they get it.

COOL HAND LUKE 7:42 Sun Nov 24
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I guess it's dawned on them that they've walked into a shit-fest, and now they are traumatised.

They want to try being a supporter...

Alex Bunbury 5:43 Sat Nov 23
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Anderson played with no different attitude to how he has done ever since he signed. Yarmolenko similar. Haller’s confidence looks shot.

svengordonbenettsson 3:18 Sat Nov 23
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Let's hope he can find the exit door in about an hour.

Hopeless

Takashi Miike 3:15 Sat Nov 23
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I don't think it's as complicated as that. he picked that spanish mannequin in goal again, and refuses to drop anderson. those two changes makes us improved instantly. I don't care that he cost £40m, he looks like he doesn't give a fuck so out the cunt on the bench until we can get rid in january

Capitol Man 3:12 Sat Nov 23
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I imagine he may have got lost on the way to the dressing room.

stirlinghammer 3:11 Sat Nov 23
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he's old mate...he probably doesn't even know where he is and what he is getting paid for.

bloody good negotiator though...most OAPs that age are normally dead or working in B & Q...8 mill a year





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