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Moyes

Crap

posted on 26/1/20

After the pundits were saying it was unfair he didn’t get the Everton job.

He gets the West Ham job and is doing worse than the last bloke. No new manager bounce, then you sacked the bloke before.

comment by Tomkins (U1116)

posted on 26/1/20

Are you ever not thinking about West Ham arouna?

posted on 26/1/20

Moyes.

No bubbles, just boos.

posted on 26/1/20

Been managing for 22 yrs and in that time won only as a manager the 2cnd division championship with Preston 1999/20
How does he keep getting jobs ?

posted on 26/1/20

comment by Franko Cantona (U22187)
posted 46 seconds ago
Been managing for 22 yrs and in that time won only as a manager the 2cnd division championship with Preston 1999/20
How does he keep getting jobs ?
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Clubs like a desperate West Ham will always look for a cheap out of work solution.

How long before he adds West Ham to his relegation CV

posted on 26/1/20

comment by ♫♪ Gini Mini Mane Mo, Keita, Milner, Firmino ♪♫ (U19365)
posted 9 hours, 38 minutes ago
comment by The Process (U20671)
posted 2 minutes ago
What were West Ham thinking?
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Probably the same thing Utd were thinking when they gave Ole a 3 year contract
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posted on 26/1/20

He did well at Preston and then Everton. Deserves his respect for the jobs he did there but everywhere since he has been poor. Think he did a decent job in his 1st spell at West Ham personally and probably needs time now but it doesn't look good already.

If they can get a couple of players in, that might be what turns the corner for them, but this could either be similar to his 1st spell at West Ham, or as disastrous as his Sunderland spell.

posted on 26/1/20

comment by JustYourAverageFan (U21016)
posted 54 minutes ago
He did well at Preston and then Everton. Deserves his respect for the jobs he did there but everywhere since he has been poor. Think he did a decent job in his 1st spell at West Ham personally and probably needs time now but it doesn't look good already.

If they can get a couple of players in, that might be what turns the corner for them, but this could either be similar to his 1st spell at West Ham, or as disastrous as his Sunderland spell.
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He is a dinosaur and is a typical old type british manager with no clue about tactics and is in the same bracket as Hodgson and Allardyce.

There are some good upcoming english manager in the championship. Wilder and Potter are good examples of managers with a modern playing style.

posted on 26/1/20

Wilder is in the Premier League

posted on 26/1/20

comment by The Mane Man - WORLD CHAMPIONS-"Sadio, I’ll get him back don’t worry.” (U19731)
posted 1 hour, 40 minutes ago
comment by JustYourAverageFan (U21016)
posted 54 minutes ago
He did well at Preston and then Everton. Deserves his respect for the jobs he did there but everywhere since he has been poor. Think he did a decent job in his 1st spell at West Ham personally and probably needs time now but it doesn't look good already.

If they can get a couple of players in, that might be what turns the corner for them, but this could either be similar to his 1st spell at West Ham, or as disastrous as his Sunderland spell.
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He is a dinosaur and is a typical old type british manager with no clue about tactics and is in the same bracket as Hodgson and Allardyce.

There are some good upcoming english manager in the championship. Wilder and Potter are good examples of managers with a modern playing style.
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Hodgson has done a good job at Palace with the players he has and the resources they have. Fair enough they don't score a lot of goals but they don't have that quality in the final third other than Zaha and he's managed to keep hold of him. Allardyce always does his job at every club he has been at as well, regardless of his playing style.

Wilder has done fantastic with Sheff United, fair point and Potter is doing ok, but not spectacular with Brighton as they are still in a big relegation battle. Credit to him for changing the style, but it's not been as successful as what everyone thinks.

Sometimes the old guard and experience is exactly what some clubs need. The Potter's and Dean Smith's of the PL are great to watch, but the Hodgson's, Bruce's and Dyche's are effective as well even if not playing great football.

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