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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
b. If we're still lingering around the bottom three by the start of the WC then that's the time to get rid
c. What are we waiting for 2 wins in the last 20 PL games is reason enough to sack him, go now
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

RBshorty 12:51 Thu Sep 22
The Return of Noble
Coming back as Sporting Director. Start's in the new year.Step in the right direction. Or just to keep the plebs happy.?

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Texas Iron 5:43 Fri Sep 30
Re: The Return of Noble
We need a proper director of football...
This Noble job is a rah rah feel good role...

Gaffer58 4:15 Fri Sep 30
Re: The Return of Noble
Team West Ham doing very nicely in the Alfred Dunhill competition up in Scotland, Noble and Horschell playing together, though the weather is absolutely crap, but probably not as bad as a Tuesday night at Stoke in December.

Jaan Kenbrovin 12:39 Fri Sep 30
Re: The Return of Noble
I'm hoping this role was by design all along for Nobes, rather than a throw of the dice to boost a failing Moyes.

The role seems very suitable for him, so hopefully if he can't help Moyes resurrect his best, Nobes can be an asset to whoever will eventually replace him as manager.

Side of Ham 12:01 Fri Sep 30
Re: The Return of Noble
Noble played at the highest level of DOMESTIC football.....but the higher level is Champions League which I wished to fuck he got to play in, seeing as he was a one man club footballer......

goose 11:39 Thu Sep 29
Re: The Return of Noble
I think you might be having a breakdown Will-Biden. You’ve completed lost yourself here.

The highest levels of football are pretty clear to all.
Also pretty clear that Nobes has never played there.

Willtell 11:22 Thu Sep 29
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It’s you that keeps moving the goalposts to things like international football which I agree is the pinacle for the best footballers.

But you disagreed when I said Noble played at the top level.

You turned that into accusing me of saying Noble played at the same level as Pep, Zidane, Ancelotti, Conte, etc so you could ridicule it.

But I never said it. You keep insisting I did so I pointed out the difference to what you said and what I said.

Now it’s International football which was never the argument. Stick to the subject because Noble did play at the highest level. He had a great career which was enduring but because he was WHU he never won trophies to compare to the best players.

International football is your latest diversion and I’ve had enough of your phoney diversionary tactics.

So go swivel and you can have the last word I’ve noticed you love to have.

Eerie Descent 10:59 Thu Sep 29
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I've not read the whole lot, but fuck me, this must be the most pointless debate of them all.

goose 10:30 Thu Sep 29
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Firstly you’ve just blatantly made up this thing about not liking Noble.

Secondly, you “don’t care about international or European football” is irrelevant.
It’s the highest level that can be played at, that’s a fact. Mark Noble has never played there, that’s also a fact.

My problem is your talking nonsense & tying yourself in knots to back up ridiculous statements.

It’s hilarious to watch for me but probably boring for everyone else.

Side of Ham 10:28 Thu Sep 29
Re: The Return of Noble
International & top European competition football is that top level it's why certain clubs want to break away from their domestic leagues and why any player with the talent to look comfortable at those levels will leave West Ham.....

collyrob 10:24 Thu Sep 29
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Obviously winning an international tournament has a lot of stature. But I don’t think the quality is anywhere near the top club teams.

Willtell 10:13 Thu Sep 29
Re: The Return of Noble
Your problem is that you don’t like Noble and will do and say anything to switch what was said to enable you to make your dislike plain. I don’t care about international or European football.

What I said was this and I stand by that -

“So what's your point goose? Why are you picking an argument?

Are you really saying that a WHU player for 16 seasons in PL under 10 different managers wasn't a top level footballer?

And are you saying that to be successful as a manager you need to have had a career like Conte, Ancelotti, Zidane, Guardiola etc?

I think your just being argumentative because you couldn't stand Mark Noble being a better footballer than you...”

Side of Ham 10:09 Thu Sep 29
Re: The Return of Noble
In another 20 years time the winners in football records will show Ancelotti won a shit load of big trophies and as it stands is only the 7th person to win the Champions League as a player & manager. Unless Noble does something major in his new role, only West Ham fans would bother to look him up.....if any by then.......especially if we do ever win anything......

goose 9:47 Thu Sep 29
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If you like, but if that’s true then there’s a level above which is European & international football.

Whatever you wanna call the highest level, mark noble has never played there.

collyrob 9:42 Thu Sep 29
Re: The Return of Noble
Is the premier league not “playing at the top level” ?

goose 9:36 Thu Sep 29
Re: The Return of Noble

I’m done with the old fool now.

He’s dug himself deep enough.

Eerie Descent 9:25 Thu Sep 29
Re: The Return of Noble
Goose and Willtell sitting in a tree,


goose 8:59 Thu Sep 29
Re: The Return of Noble
“Ancelotti played far fewer games per season and per career”

Have a think about why that might be……. It’ll come to you old timer.

The fact you are still trying to prove something so mental is hilarious.

How do you start a management career as a director old man?

Willtell 8:54 Thu Sep 29
Re: The Return of Noble
Noble played more games for a much longer time. He scored more goals and earned more as a player. He is also going to start his management career as a director.

Ancelotti played far fewer games per season and per career. He scored far fewer goals per season and over a shorter career period but was part of a winning team.

The comparison is in careers not football. You’ve changed what I said to football success! Of course success in football is going to Ancelotti but that’s not what I said. Noble was a less successful footballer but had a better and longer football career…imo

goose 8:51 Thu Sep 29
Re: The Return of Noble
‘ark at her.

Someone’s carrying a grudge.

chedylan 2 8:48 Thu Sep 29
Re: The Return of Noble
Dear oh dear I see goose is here again trying to 'win'
pointless lengthy arguments with strangers in public.

no one gives a fuck. Get a life.

goose 7:46 Thu Sep 29
Re: The Return of Noble
“Which had the more successful career depends on what the criteria is.”

No it doesn’t.
Success in football is pretty clear cut.

Again you’re trying desperately to squirm out of a ridiculous statement.
Ancelotti was a regular in one of the best modern day teams in Europe. Player for his country and won everything. Noble? Well he took a lot of penalties.

And your comment about money just proves how stupid you’re making yourself look.

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