brothernero wrote: ↑
Thu Jan 23, 2020 7:42 pm
I asked this yesterday and I want to ask it again, now many have calmed down after yesterdays latest 4-1 drubbing.
If Moyes keeps us up, is he the right man to push us forward. Or do we keep him and just aim for 17th+ each year.
If We do get relegated will he be the right man for a promotion push, if we do then fail first time around, do we still stick with him.
Or and this is a scary thought, if he does keep us up and we once again part ways and look elsewhere, do we then go back for him a 3rd time when the owners have once again balled it right up.
Only at West Ham United. Next Level my Arse.
Let's strip it back a level.
These owners have now had Zola, Grant, Allardyce, Bilic, Moyes, Pellegrini and Moyes again - seven managers in a decade.
How many have we 'pushed on' under?
I suspect that four of them, with appropriate and consistent backing, could have got us top 8. They've done it elsewhere. Jeez - even Avram was a penalty kick away from winning the CL with the right backing and players.
This merry go round is all a game of distraction by the people who are really calling the shots and really making the mistakes.
People talking about Moyes' formation etc are missing the point that whether it's 4-4-2 or 5-3-1-1 or whatever - 35 year old Zabaleta starts, Noble starts, Cresswell almost certainly starts etc.
There are positions in this team that are criminally under-invested.
Whilst people are singling out players and bickering about managers, the real culprits who direct it all are avoiding head-on scrutiny.