Manager 18 - David Moyes: yes or no? [POLL]

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Do you support the installation of David Moyes as West Ham United's next full-time manager?

Poll ended at Mon Dec 30, 2019 11:18 am

Yes
74
18%
No
299
74%
Unsure
33
8%
 
Total votes: 406

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Manager 18 - David Moyes: yes or no? [POLL]

Post by Up the Junction »

Nice and easy, this one...
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No no no no no.
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Hell no
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Post by Georgee Paris »

Absolutely no
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Post by GreenIron »

No. Decent enough manager but not who we should be appointing. That said, the clowns in charge will never appoint anybody right.
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Post by dodger »

Put unsure.

Is he the man I want managing us? No. Do I think we can do better right now? Probably not.

Even if we could, it’d take quite some time to find that manager and tempt him here given what a shambles we are right now, and we have crucial matches coming up plus the January window.
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Post by Believer »

I’ve voted no cos if he wasn’t deemed good enough previously then why is he now ?

The time to appoint him (if at all) was at the end of his previous stint. If truth be told he was allegedly making demands on restructuring the club which Sullivan didn’t like but he was also looking to sign players like McGinn and keeping Mario

I think it’s an insult to us that we are even contemplating him but it underlines Sullivan’s ambition - stay in the league and that is all. We should be better than that.
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To me it's a sad day and a sign of how we just haven't moved forward. If we just accept that they board actually have zero intention of taking the club to any other level then maybe it's an appointment that makes sense, but for me if that's the case then we just as well give up.

No.
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Post by ageing hammer »

No there are much better options but the cost money, for bringing in Hugil and Evra I wouldn't have him here again
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Post by WorcesterWHU »

No.

It’s less about Moyes and more about what it represents. He wasn’t good enough, he is now. It’s indicative of a lack of foresight, imagination and is hugely regressive.

And it’s also entirely predictable. We tore down our home, for this?

Inexcusable from the owners and incompetent in the extreme.
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Post by hadleighhammer »

No. I don't want to endure Moyes version of West Ham ever again.
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Post by OohAahButler »

I’m also unsure.

Does the thought of Moyes inspire/excite me? No.

Can I think of anyone better (who would realistically come to us right now). No.

We have to assume that if the board are inviting him back, they would have taken soundings from those amongst the squad who played under him last time - and that those soundings were positive. Surely even our board wouldn’t be so stupid as to appoint someone against the wishes of the senior players?
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Post by Upminster Hammer »

Firm no but if he does inevitability return I hope he brings Stuart Pearce with him again. SP booting the ball into the crowd against Chelsea to waste time was probably my favourite moment since we have moved to the OS. Sad I know
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Post by Rowly »

No thanks.
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e17 wrote: Sun Dec 29, 2019 11:20 amHell no
It's a Hell no from me too. (But I have no idea who we should be going for).
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Put "unsure" because I really, really DON'T ****ing CARE
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Post by alkali »

No
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Post by Big George »

Albie Beck wrote: Sun Dec 29, 2019 11:29 am Put "unsure" because I really, really DON'T ****ing CARE
No but same. Walked away with a wad of season tickets from people who can’t be arsed to go on Wednesday.

The sort of people who used to move family occasions for games, now are looking for excuses not to go.

It’s horrible.
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Post by Georgee Paris »

Interesting that the no’s have all said who they are and the unsures plus reasons but no one has said yes and why - board sympathisers perhaps?
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Georgee Paris wrote: Sun Dec 29, 2019 11:34 am Interesting that the no’s have all said who they are and the unsures plus reasons but no one has said yes and why - board sympathisers perhaps?
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