WHO Poll
Q: 2022/23 You are the Chairman what do you do with Moyes?
a. Stick with him obviously, he's delivered two good seasons back to back and will see us out of this dip in form
32%
  
b. If we're still lingering around the bottom three by the start of the WC then that's the time to get rid
28%
  
c. What are we waiting for 2 wins in the last 20 PL games is reason enough to sack him, go now
33%
  
d. I've just got my new Orange & White 3rd Kit with Moyesinho on the back, I can't wait to wear it down to the supermarket, they call me Mr West Ham around here
7%
  



Takashi Miike 11:13 Sat Aug 6
One Of Our Own | Mark Noble Documentary
premiers at 10am, on the following link.....


https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=DPE3U-s2njo

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Hermit Road 2:45 Sun Aug 7
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terry-h 11:04 Sun Aug 7

Yep.

Anything that side of New Barn St is Plaistow.

zico 1:21 Sun Aug 7
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Watched it on You Tube last night. Thought it was a decent enough watch, as said below a bit syrupy, but most of these sort of things are. Looking back a bit more pace he would have probably got that England cap. Loved the crunch on Edgar David's, showed that when the legs were there he was a good player. Only irritant for ne was the bloody adverts every 5 minutes!

Pentonville 11:23 Sun Aug 7
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Terry- this side of Prince Regent Lane to me was Canning Town

Gary Strodders shank 11:11 Sun Aug 7
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Good film but a bit too much Danny Dire for my liking.

terry-h 11:04 Sun Aug 7
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Canning Town aficionados can correct me if I'm wrong, but I would say Jenkins Road E13 where he was born is really Plaistow, no?

Pentonville 9:50 Sun Aug 7
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didnt think he seemed bitter at all. Would have been a cherry on top but dont think he loses any sleep over it. Canning Town to west Ham 1st team is enough. He cant be bitter at being a millionaire and Mr West Ham. As his dad says, he played for England every week in an West Ham shirt.

Far Cough 9:48 Sun Aug 7
Re: One Of Our Own | Mark Noble Documentary
Deano, we stole the Payet song from some team up north, Newcastle I think?

Warchild 9:11 Sun Aug 7
Re: One Of Our Own | Mark Noble Documentary
"I put West Ham ahead of myself".

Yes, that's why, as one of the few people who got to see the inside of the stadium during its reconfiguration, you kept quiet when knowing it would be shit and completely unsuitable for the fans.

Manuel 5:59 Sun Aug 7
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Ox - Yep, he is clearly bitter about no England cap, poor sod almost had the complete perfect life that he likes to keep reminding us of. Maybe it is true that you can't have it all.

gph 11:50 Sat Aug 6
Re: One Of Our Own | Mark Noble Documentary
Football's been going so long, and top league clubs have been buying in talent for almost as long, so I doubt "One of Our Own" was Tottenham's invention. After all, it's far from being particularly clever.

A reinvention at most

WHUDeano 9:50 Sat Aug 6
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The “One of our own” title annoys me. As anal as that may be - was it not originally coined by spurs fans about Harry Kane? I know it’s modern football, but I hate when fans ‘borrow’ other fans chants, so unimaginative and generic. One day I’m sure we’ll hear spurs singing about being massive. Just like Arsenal sung the payet song for Ozil. Anyways, Noble was a loyal & decent player who never had the chance to move to a top team because he wasn’t good enough. For me he symbolises a pretty shit 15 year period as a West Ham supporter where the highlight was an FA Cup final defeat and an improbable relegation survival (I went to all of that run in and loved it to be fair) But I’m sure it’s a decent watch that I’ll pencil in for a winters day.

Mike Oxsaw 9:38 Sat Aug 6
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On the edge of being a bit syrupy, but worth a watch.

Lack of England call-ups clearly sticks in the craw, but (I) have no doubt that was more due to off-field FA politics than anything else.

scouse kid 9:32 Sat Aug 6
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Good that they put it on youtube so fordstar can watch it in whatever nick he is in

legrandefromage 8:06 Sat Aug 6
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Nice documentary but went on too long - a metaphor for his career.

Seems like a really nice guy though

Manuel 1:34 Sat Aug 6
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Yea a proper commands respect type of looking bloke type who you would be happy to have a chat and a beer with.

Coffee 1:32 Sat Aug 6
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Agreed.

A distinguished Benny Hill.

Comes across as a decent and likable bloke.

Manuel 1:30 Sat Aug 6
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Good doc, enjoyed it. Bit like Kenzo, he's won me over in recent years, definitely a leader type and a good club man.Okay, you would be forgiven to thinking he had cured cancer the way he is bigged up all over, but that has to be expected. Didn't like the comment ''i've put West Ham before myself'' Do me a favour.

Coffee - I thought his old man looked well, distinguished.

Takashi Miike 1:24 Sat Aug 6
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fair play to Allardyce for bothering to take part and say such nice words, and nice to see my Dad's old mate Jimmy Tindall involved. great film

Mr Kenzo 1:20 Sat Aug 6
Re: One Of Our Own | Mark Noble Documentary
Was never his biggest fan based on ability, but watching that documentary made me realise how much i underestimated and undervalued him. Excellent video and well put together. Has to come back to the club in some capacity, it would be a crime for it not to happen

ted fenton 1:15 Sat Aug 6
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Wipes tear ;-(

Coffee 1:14 Sat Aug 6
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That was excellent.

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