Farewell, David Moyes

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Re: Farewell, David Moyes

Postby Colours never run on Sat May 19, 2018 2:30 pm

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West Ham fans forced David Moyes out with 'ludicrous expectations' - Ian McGarry
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What a laughable hatchet job on the fans. Of course it's all our fault (again) for daring to see half decent football (Not one person expects Cruyff football or anything of the like the fool) and giving at least 1 of the Cups a go. We should know our place and keep our ludicrous expectations low.
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Re: Farewell, David Moyes

Postby Marky on Mon May 21, 2018 12:43 pm

Has Chris Woods gone ? Obviously a Slaven appointment but OS seems to indicate he is there still
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Re: Farewell, David Moyes

Postby pharaoh on Mon May 21, 2018 4:04 pm

Did what he was employed to do, probably received a bonus for it. It was too short a time to see if he would have made an impact and improve the team, no real significant signings.

The Star headline is a joke, if a chairman is saying that the only reason he dismissed a manager is though popularity then why hasn't he and the rest of his board packed their bags?
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Re: Farewell, David Moyes

Postby goa127 on Mon May 21, 2018 8:14 pm

I don't think fans can complain about these sort of headlines when they have been screaming to get rid of him for months. I'm not taking sides for or against Moyes, but you can't campaign vehemently against Moyes then complain it's nothing to do with me guv when he's pushed out. Just be happy he's gone, it's what you wanted.
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