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Q: 2022/23 Moyes In or Moyes Out
Moyes In
Moyes Out

Keep dreaming 6:18 Sun Sep 18
Moyes Out
Posted the same last year. Nothing has changed, except win don't win matches anymore.
I'm fed up, we can do much better

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Sir Alf 10:42 Sun Jan 29
Re: Moyes Out
Unfortunately we just have to let things play out with Moyes.

Nothing points to improvements so it will be the same results which will be narrow defeats which has been perfect for his post game excuses “ we’re showing signs of improvement” , “marginals going against us”, “felt we were comfortable but didn’t take our chances” etc

Moyes and Nevin are done, finished and have been out of ideas to arrest the slide for months. The recruitment was disjointed and not addressing the severe lack of pace that undermines everything.

The “Death March” to relegation continues.

OneAll 9:30 Sun Jan 29
Re: Moyes Out
conceding possession wouldnt be a issue if we actually had pacey players on the break , we were literally the deadlisest team on the counter two years ago, fk knows what happened

Side of Ham 5:38 Sun Jan 29
Re: Moyes Out
Well when these pundits & media cunt us off for wanting better they can take a look at our possession stats before telling us we should be grateful.

zico 5:19 Sun Jan 29
Re: Moyes Out
I don't think 'possession of the ball' is necessarily the key to the modern game, it's what you do with it that counts.

nychammer 4:26 Sun Jan 29
Re: Moyes Out
"For the same reason they didn't sack Grant?"

Yes this is the Grant Season all over again. As we all expected, victory against Everton has had the desired effect and papered over the cracks. They wont sack him now, relegation or not.

Side of Ham 4:04 Sun Jan 29
Re: Moyes Out
McCoist & Matterface(?) discussing how 'possession of the ball' is key to the modern game, so can they assess what's wrong at West Ham like we have? Moyes can't seem to see this....

LeroysBoots 3:47 Sun Jan 29
Re: Moyes Out
He's also by a country mile the most arrogant c*not ever to manage us

If I hear one more time about the last 2 season I'll explode

It's him in a nutshell, he lives in the past

nychammer 3:39 Sun Jan 29
Re: Moyes Out
who knows, but they're saving pennies to lose pounds if you ask me. Its not my money that's the only positive

Westside 3:31 Sun Jan 29
Re: Moyes Out
He's taking us down and I just can't get my head round why the board haven't sacked him.

For the same reason they didn't sack Grant?

They're fuckwitts?

PwoperNaughtyButNot 2:52 Sun Jan 29
Re: Moyes Out
Anyone curious as to why Everton are still to confirm Sean Dyche’s appointment?

No official confirmation for a story that has been confirmed in the media for the last 2 days.

Are they waiting to see if Derby beat us and Sullivan pulls the trigger?

LJC 2:46 Sun Jan 29
Re: Moyes Out
You don’t help yourself, do you?

Willtell 12:27 Sun Jan 29
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I reckon there’s nothing strange in it from Sullivan’s point of view. You have to remember that Sullivan got it wrong with every manager he’s appointed except Moyes for 2 seasons.

It’s all gone wrong in the last year but Moyes will have promised to make changes to survive possible relegation.

Sullivan knows he wouldn’t be thanked by fans for bringing in a Dyche type manager so why make another bad decision.

In Sullivan’s feeble mind he’s fucked whether he sticks or twists. That’s all it is imho….

LeroysBoots 10:48 Sun Jan 29
Re: Moyes Out
I think maybe Sullivan has taken his eye off the ball with this dalliance of late with the ladyboy lookie like


Midget maniac

Manuel 10:25 Sun Jan 29
Re: Moyes Out
Vexed - It is indeed very baffling. The reasons I can come up with as to why?

They are planning to sell soon and are leaving it to the new owners to sack him, or decide what to do with him.

They think he is owed some loyalty due to ''the last two and a half years''

They genuinely rate him and think he will turn it around.

They don't want to pay him off.

All they care about is finishing 17th up, so won't sack him unless we really do look like going down.

goose 10:24 Sun Jan 29
Re: Moyes Out
They still think he’s the man to turn it around, idiotic but nothing weird going on.

Stupid for sure, but nothing more than that.

Vexed 10:19 Sun Jan 29
Re: Moyes Out
I've been thinking for a while now that there must be something weird going on behind the scenes at the club for this fucking idiot to still be in charge. If he could fuck it up he has done from piss poor gutless wanker tactics, to buying crocked players, to creating the youth team exodus, the dumb shit he's said in interviews, selling players to rivals, to not fucking killing himself when it become obvious he's a hopeless fucking cunt.

He's taking us down and I just can't get my head round why the board haven't sacked him. It's baffling.

Sir Alf 3:28 Sun Jan 29
Re: Moyes Out
Moyes talking about our league position:

“But what we don't want to do is be where we are. We need to get away from where we are.”

“So maybe we need a bit of a kick up the jacksie to find a way of getting back to where we were.”

For me that’s saying he doesn’t know why the team are failing? Literally clueless. We’re fooked !!

Willtell 7:36 Sat Jan 28
Re: Moyes Out
I would say yes BRANDED.

I remember an away game up north where Joe Cole was injured and with his dad sat in the stands and I think it was the same game where a very young Carrick was put at LB because of injury. May have been Sunderland but not sure exactly.

I do remember we lost 0-1 though and Carrick could play well anywhere

Side of Ham 7:36 Sat Jan 28
Re: Moyes Out
Willwall I want idiots like you and twofeet to reaffirm which you have just now......so they marketed themselves as a footballing team, pass & move pepper pots etc and that could be where many West Ham fans get their expectations on what they expect to see?

BRANDED 7:25 Sat Jan 28
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Micky Carrick anyone?

Willtell 7:22 Sat Jan 28
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It was a marketing ploy plain and simple. They used the academy to attract and find young players you bloody fool.

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