WHO Poll
Q: 2019/20 With seven games to go will West Ham stay up
a. Our demise was sealed when the idiots on the Board appointed Moyes, we're down
30%
  
b. Despite the efforts of Moyes and the players, we will stay up by the smallest of margins
44%
  
c. I'm beyond caring & couldn't give two hoots either way
27%
  



Mex Martillo 3:14 Sun Dec 1
Pellegrini in in in in
I have never doubted Pellegrini.
I like what he is trying to do and have no trouble to support him.

This from the Telegraph says everything about him for me and also for me this is how a West Ham manager must always think.

“Pellegrini said that his key challenge all week had been to convince the players not to abandon the attacking style which he wants them to play, in the good times and the bad.”

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Eerie Descent 8:43 Sun Dec 15
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Far Cough 8:23 Sun Dec 15

No doubt mate, I don't think it's going to happen, but I don't think it's completely unrealistic. If we cover the money he'd get from Spurs as a bonus if we stay up, it's money well spent by us, and he's not losing out financially, and he can swan off after that to fry bigger fish. We improve as a team, and he rebuilds his slightly damaged reputation. I mean, he has been sacked, it's not like his star is at it's highest.

Mex Martillo 8:34 Sun Dec 15
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Apparently, Barca have tried a few times, but he is quite loyal to Espanol where he played and managed.

Far Cough 8:23 Sun Dec 15
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Eerir, nice idea but Poch is not going anywhere on a short term basis, the bloke is highly in demand

Eerie Descent 8:16 Sun Dec 15
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Gaffer58 5:21 Sun Dec 15

I said on here previously, I think we could at least tempt him to come until the end of the season, a nice carrot if we stay up, say £10mil. We get ourselves a brilliant manager who will improve the players and the team, if he doesn't want to stay after that we are still a lot more attractive and in better shape to attract another decent manager, but there's also the slight chance that he'll fall in love with the club and want to stay.

Being a short term lucrative contract, he's not tying himself to us, so would give us a decent shot in my opinion.

Texas Iron 8:12 Sun Dec 15
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Pochettino...12million payoff bonus lost if manager in Prem in 12 months...allegedly...
So hardly in Sullivan's pay bracket...
Hahaha

Mex Martillo 8:06 Sun Dec 15
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Love it

Vexed 8:02 Sun Dec 15
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Don't think anyone can fathom your happy clappy drivel.

Mex Martillo 8:01 Sun Dec 15
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Yeh, ok, so Pellegrini is a higher level, but I’m sure you know what I mean.

Vexed 7:52 Sun Dec 15
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Have a day off Pochetino. Never in a million years.

You can't compare him and Pellegrini. Pellers has actually won something of note.

goose 7:44 Sun Dec 15
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Have a day off Mex.

rochesterjohn 7:41 Sun Dec 15
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Pochettino same level as Pellegrini ....
OK Mex, fuck off now soppy bollocks, enough is enough with your wind ups!!

Mex Martillo 7:34 Sun Dec 15
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I think Pochettino is a good manager same kind of level as Pellegrini.
But hasn’t Pochettino kind of failed with a much better squad than we can afford?

Sajmo1 7:18 Sun Dec 15
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Getting pochettino would mean our owners would need to invest heavily next summer so that's not happening..

Sir Alf 6:58 Sun Dec 15
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Pochettino ?

Nah, nice thought but he will wait until next summer for an offer from a club and owners much more ambitious and richer than the two pretentious, disingenuous old twats that run our club.

Gaffer58 5:21 Sun Dec 15
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Rumour I've heard, and it's only that, is that Pochitino could be interested, evidently wants to stay in London, probably feels cannot go to the gooners. Saying that the 2 Dave's would never pay what he would want to make the squad competitive.

Mex Martillo 12:38 Sun Dec 15
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I remember a few hokey cokey’s being danced at Upton Park.
Has there been any at the OS?

Willtell 11:41 Sun Dec 15
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Ronald_antly
The best comments on here.

Willtell 11:41 Sun Dec 15
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Ronald_antly
The best comments on here.

Mex Martillo 10:04 Sun Dec 15
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Pellegrini looks anything but safe.
I don’t need to say what I want, but apparently I’m not a sane Hammer. I may question the sanity of all Hammers? I would also point out the WHO poll says 9% of WHO agree with me. Also I think WHO is generally very negative and not representative of our season ticket holders.
Role on Palace with Pellegrini!
HAMMERS

normannomates 5:12 Sun Dec 15
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Ron 5.08
Hahaha

Hope you well my friend👍

Barty 5:11 Sun Dec 15
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I would sack him now, give the next manager at least a few days to prepare for the January window.

But I wouldn´t be disapointed if he stays and proves me wrong.

Staying or going they must spend on the a centre midfielder and full backs in January, but I doubt they do, I´ve heard the owners are taking 40 million out of the club in January! Laughable if true...

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