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Q: 2021/22 What competition should we prioritise this season?
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d. The Europa is our best ticket to the Champions League, this is the one
35%
  
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21%
  



Justin P 7:06 Mon Mar 15
Would David Moyes, himself, benefit from a Sports Psychologist?
The cunt has a serious defeatist mental block about beating the top teams in the division!

What the fucking hell was that lineup for the first 60 minutes of that game last night? negative and never bears any kind of a positive result!

Just have a fucking go at them!

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Stubbo 12:46 Wed Mar 17
Re: Would David Moyes, himself, benefit from a Sports Psychologist?
Simple fact is this is why Moyes will never be truly loved at West Ham.

No one can deny he's doing a great job, we're generally performing in a way beyond most of our wildest dreams for this season and he's doing a lot of good things.

But for me the 'West Ham Way' isn't pretty football, but it's having a go no matter who the opposition, not having an inferiority complex, understanding at times you'll be on the end of a hiding and get a bloody nose, but that you fronted up in the first place and went toe to toe rather than shying away meekly, and when it goes your way you're their not just revelling in it, but taking the piss. It's why the likes of Julian and Billy are as much heroes as Brooking or Di Canio...nothing to do with pretty football and everything to do with attitude.

Allardyce was the opposite of that and was reviled, and Moyes is respected but will never have that ethos about him, and so will never be loved.

daveyg 12:37 Wed Mar 17
Re: Would David Moyes, himself, benefit from a Sports Psychologist?
Rusta
Exactly right.
Even if he wanted to play Noble he could still have Rice and Soucek either side. They know what to expect of each other.
Bowen,Benrhama and Antonio running around there back 4 would of caused more problems than that utra defensive line up. But we all knew Noble would play after that contract announcement. Every time he talks up Noble he plays him.
A back 4 would of been adequate. Johnson looked lost,but kept James quiet but we didn't need a back 6 with 2 hokding midfielders.

Rusta 8:26 Tue Mar 16
Re: Would David Moyes, himself, benefit from a Sports Psychologist?
The thing is as well if Lingard would have been allowed to play he’d have played him so why not go for like for like as possible with Benni.

I’m still not over that game. Of course he’s done well, absolutely amazing actually but for fuck sake hardly asking for him to be the Harlem globe trotters is it.

Just have that 3rd attacking player on pitch to link things up rather 9 defensive players

Vexed 8:16 Tue Mar 16
Re: Would David Moyes, himself, benefit from a Sports Psychologist?
It appears to be teams in red and teams in bender towns he has an aversion to, the useless ginger CUNT.

Still fucking furious about that team Sunday. What a fucking WANKER.

Vexed 8:14 Tue Mar 16
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Westside 2:41 Tue Mar 16

Fuckin ell. You lemon.

ChillTheKeel 7:51 Tue Mar 16
Re: Would David Moyes, himself, benefit from a Sports Psychologist?
stepney hammer 7:14

Yep. He's a massive weirdo in truth. Maybe a quack would help. Or a hypnotherapist. Or a slap.

Russ of the BML 7:31 Tue Mar 16
Re: Would David Moyes, himself, benefit from a Sports Psychologist?
stepney hammer 7:14 Tue Mar 16

That's a really good point. If we got the results he could stick his fingers up. But he hasn't.

What do they say, a sign of madness of doing something wrong over and over again?

geoffpikey 7:30 Tue Mar 16
Re: Would David Moyes, himself, benefit from a Sports Psychologist?
Shits himself / goes for damage limitation vs Manchester United and Liverpool.

Doesn't need a psychologist or psychiatrist to work out why.

stepney hammer 7:14 Tue Mar 16
Re: Would David Moyes, himself, benefit from a Sports Psychologist?
I think the odd thing about it is these tactics haven't worked once, yet he still reverts back to them.

Even the Brighton game, we would have lost had he not made a couple of attacking changes at half time.

But no doubt he'll do exactly the same again next time we play either Man Utd, Liverpool or Brighton.

factory seconds 5:29 Tue Mar 16
Re: Would David Moyes, himself, benefit from a Sports Psychologist?
man u both times, chelsea (even though we went at them last season when we were in a relegation battle and came out with the points), liverpool (who we also went at last season and made a bloody good game of it) and bizarrely enough brighton.

Block 4:31 Tue Mar 16
Re: Would David Moyes, himself, benefit from a Sports Psychologist?
It's not all the big teams, as we were attack minded against City, it just appears to be Utd he seems to struggle with.

ChillTheKeel 4:18 Tue Mar 16
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Westside 2:41 T

He's referring to Moyes' pitiful record, you div.

*mocks your dented ego

ludo21 2:50 Tue Mar 16
Re: Would David Moyes, himself, benefit from a Sports Psychologist?
I think he meant Moyes hasn’t won at those places.... obviously WE have.

Westside 2:41 Tue Mar 16
Re: Would David Moyes, himself, benefit from a Sports Psychologist?
no wins in 19 seasons away to manure no wins in 19 seasons away to manure Scousers plastics and goons

We won at Old Trafford in 2007.

Won at Anfield in 2015.

Won at Arsenal in 2015. First away team to win at The Emirates

If by plastics you mean Spurs, we won there in 2019 (first away team to win at their new ground).

ChillTheKeel 10:52 Tue Mar 16
Re: Would David Moyes, himself, benefit from a Sports Psychologist?
Well in that case I feel the tactics are more to do with the personnel available to him.

________

What a load of fanny. He picked Noble because he wanted to pick Noble.

one iron 8:02 Tue Mar 16
Re: Would David Moyes, himself, benefit from a Sports Psychologist?
Hes got a psychologist, hes name is david sullivan, who tells him how to play,you know the same one who moaned about paying for the team playing everton in the cup,he sullivan dont want us in the cups it costs him money,europe, forget it boys and girls, not with these people in charge.

marty feldman 7:20 Tue Mar 16
Re: Would David Moyes, himself, benefit from a Sports Psychologist?
That shitty attitude that Moyes showed on Sunday. Will eventually lose the dressing room. And subsequently his job.. no wins in 19 seasons away to manure Scousers plastics and goons is an absolute shocking statistic.

Mike Oxsaw 6:30 Tue Mar 16
Re: Would David Moyes, himself, benefit from a Sports Psychologist?
Just another part of the board's "Well, we tried for European football, but it just wasn't to be (What was that offer for Rice again?)" strategy.

Vexed 1:44 Tue Mar 16
Re: Would David Moyes, himself, benefit from a Sports Psychologist?
Moyes is a fucking cunt for that shitshow yesterday. He should be severely reprimanded, the useless fucking jock cunt.

LeroysBoots 1:23 Tue Mar 16
Re: Would David Moyes, himself, benefit from a Sports Psychologist?
He definitely has a mental block, a defeatist attitude at times

GreenStreetPlayer 1:11 Tue Mar 16
Re: Would David Moyes, himself, benefit from a Sports Psychologist?
The sad thing was Moyes didn’t have the confidence to trust his players to be able to compete ‘properly’ against them.
The performance against City showed they were capable of holding their own, why play in a style were are not used to.
When they scored and the subs came on it was an even game as it should have been from the outset.
I bet the players were angry as they knew they would of had a better stab at the points playing as they can for 90 minutes.

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