brothernero wrote: ↑
Wed Jan 22, 2020 11:14 pm
Mate Everton are a much bigger club than us and he was their manager for 10+ years. Even they said no to him. (By all accounts they were one of the 3 teams that interviewed him)
Sorry but for me that speaks volumes.
Sorry for me I cant buy that he was interviewed by 9 different English clubs but was hanging onto the hope that a team like West Ham would come in for him again.
TBF the moment Ancelotti became available and Everton's far more ambitious owners decided to pursue him that would be then end of his chance there.
Like I say I'm not a Moyes is the Messiah person and I wanted Pellers to succeed but I just find this thread a bit, well, pointless, the performances of our player's seem to remain the same under whomever we have in charge. They're not fit for purpose.
Pep or Klopp wouldn't get a consistent tune out of this side. Unfortunately the only kind of Manager that probably can is the antithesis of what most of us see as "The West Ham Way".
If anything Moyes has got himself stuck between 2 opposing mentalities. For all his faults in think he genuinely wants to produce an attacking, high press team and at the same time doesn't want to be seen as defensive dinosaur Moyes.
Our player's aren't capable of the high press attack, that was what Pellers wanted from them and they consistently failed to deliver. That leaves the defensive Dyche, Allardyce, Hodgeson, Pullis approach that Moyes is trying to avoid becoming as our best bet of picking up points.
GSB could fix all this by using the clubs money to fund the purchase of players that we all know we desperately need but that's simply not going to happen is it.