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Q: 2022/23 Moyes In or Moyes Out
Moyes In
16%
  
Moyes Out
84%
  



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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CARTERS 11:37 Wed Feb 1
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Agree Sir Alf.
I think that the Poisoned Dwarf will think let's just stay up,,get rid of the old guard,
,, Dawson already gone, Cresswell, Ogbonna, Fabianski,
Antonio, Lanzini.
Sell Rice for the back pocket and sell up WHU to another proper Investor.
He will not give a Flying by then as he will have got his money and thanks for the memory.

I think we will edge Newcastle 1 0, a stoppage time header from Soucek and he will say at the after-match presentation....I told you so.

How someone has not started a thread on what a waste of time that Window has surprised me I must say.
Every other Team in trouble has.... except us.
Joke.

goose 11:15 Wed Feb 1
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I think we’ll have enough to just about survive.
The summer is a convenient time to part ways with Moyes.

We have to beat the teams around us and then hopefully catch some mid table ‘safe’ teams in the run in.

Sir Alf 11:09 Wed Feb 1
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Agree Steve and 67.

I’ve been saying it for a while now. There’s an inevitability. When you see no improvement in months and have been in decline for 12 months, why would anything change if the manager and his coaching team were not changing anything?

Teams that play us have changed and know what we do and the players that were doing that well at one time are old now and slower etc. He also has a new 8 or so players who are not like the ones he had in terms of their strengths and weaknesses.

But he continues with the help of Nevin and Nolan to do the exact same things and instead points to the players not being at the same levels. Yes there is probably a bit of that but it’s more about his and Nevin’s tactics, training methods, set up, formations and selections Imo.

Stevethehammer 10:55 Wed Feb 1
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I agree 67
Can't see how we stay up really
As said before the Everton and Derby results are flash in the pan.
Moyes has got something right the past 2 weeks so in typical Dithering Dave style he will revert back to type and it will all go tits up again

Westham67 8:59 Wed Feb 1
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I think we will go down. A fire sale to get big wages off of the payroll

It's the West Ham way

marty feldman 6:49 Wed Feb 1
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Moyes won't be manager next season absolutely no chance . We will have been sold long before then .

Texas Iron 11:42 Tue Jan 31
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Scored 17 in 20 games…

That’s our big problem…

Pathetic…

Stevethehammer 10:39 Tue Jan 31
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The Everton and Derby results are simply Flash in the pan.
We are onto nothing under Moyes and if we stay up, I fear for us next season. No young players coming through, Moyes showing he can't be trusted with money and owners who don't know their arse from their elbows.
Oh to be West ham eh

Texas Iron 9:37 Tue Jan 31
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Will be lucky to get 33 points this season…

May not be enough to save us from the drop…

joyo 8:32 Tue Jan 31
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More doom and gloom,seems like Texas has been hanging around the graveyards again digging up his lastest fuck buddy

Texas Iron 8:24 Tue Jan 31
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All over by Feb 19th

Newcastle...

Tottenham...

Chelsea...

The End is Nigh...

😱😱😱😱

Sir Alf 7:47 Tue Jan 31
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This thread will be smoking hot after our routine rolling over before getting violently rogered by one of the rich teams this coming weekend.

Will get my expletive generator ready to go to fill in the 4 or 5 words after “Moyes you…” :-(

eusebiovic 2:11 Tue Jan 31
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What a shameless conceited yes man. Despite all his posturing and talk he still has a vintage Ann Summers butt plug permanently stuck up his arse...

diehardhammer 1:55 Tue Jan 31
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It’s truly painful knowing we are stuck with this miserable football until the end of the season

Just hoping we somehow pick up enough points to stay up

master 10:52 Mon Jan 30
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Moyes has coached these players for months and must be satisfied.

Which is bizarre coz we can't seem to do anything with the ball.

He's coaching the opposite of good football now.

Stevethehammer 9:44 Mon Jan 30
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I don't think it's a bad line up tonight and a chance for Downes and for Emerson to keep us his good form from last week.
Hoping Divin gets at least half hour and puts himself as an option going forward.

Jasnik 8:57 Mon Jan 30
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https://www.whufc.com/news/moyes-id-have-divin-involved-if-i-could

Think this sums up Moyes all over.

what do you mean if you could what is stopping you twonk.

Lee Trundle 8:49 Mon Jan 30
Re: Moyes Out
Then we'd still be failing.

You'd kind of expect us to get to that stage in the cups (or thereabouts) but 12th in the league is still shit compared to how much we've spent and where we were compared to just over a year ago.

joyo 8:43 Mon Jan 30
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So what happens if we reach quarter finals of FA cup and conference and move up table to 12th in April?

Sir Alf 2:46 Mon Jan 30
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*** , it will be as much, if not more, be towards the manager this time around. ***

Sir Alf 2:45 Mon Jan 30
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In the past 13 years most of our frustration and ire has been directed quite rightly at Sullivan. And while he is ultimately responsible if we get relegated ( should of sacked him) , it will be as much, if not more, this time around.

It seems, from insiders, Moyes is a closed book and poor communicator. Aloof and employs a closed door policy, does not entertain suggestions and new ideas. Sounds like he has become increasingly defensive and insecure since the United, Sunderland and Real Sociedad failures.

The 2 years of success with us, perhaps in part down to no crowds in COVID times ? , were a brief exception. His approach and methods have been successful with clubs with budget limitations and using players who were not the elite but more journeymen or honest, hard working pros.

He has failed anytime he has to work with more technically elite players or had to build a team with a decent budget available. He had money at United but was reluctant to spend it and seems to feel comfortable buying older, experienced players.

He’s not BFS level frustration but he was sucked all hope from many of us as we know it’s just going to be the same old attrition based football from a bygone age. Very few goals and narrow defeats are the order of the day for “Team Moyes”

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