07 Feb 2018 08:22:32
No good moaning who should we have or shouldn't have signed, we know the boards spending history­čśá Think we should all try to move on and deal with the here and now! Moyes has to make do and mend unfortunately, he has worked with Evra previously, so knows the man and his ability although he's knocking on a bit, better a seasoned player you have worked with previously, than one that you have not much knowledge about other than being available. All new Managers like any employer prefer to work with those they know, it's common sense! The simple fact is he prefers an old "war horse" to a youngster doing "work experience" and I entirely agree if that's his thoughts!

1.) 07 Feb 2018
07 Feb 2018 09:59:35
Hi Chelmsford, for me personally the point is the bigger picture, how many windows do we have to go through with the same old crap, IMO Moyes will leave in the summer regardless because of the way the board act in windows and maybe not keeping there word.

Another Manager will come in probably from abroad and someone desperate to Manage in the Prem, and the cycle starts again.

The board need to realise the contempt of a lot of fans is not a fad and will not go away unless they sell or change how they deal with things. There is enough room to keep the fans happy with signings and to make a profit for themselves, we all know there are keeping finances tight for their own gains for when there ready to sell, the problem is the greed in all of this,

They can make a healthy living running the club and gradually build and keep the fans happy at the same time, for such wealthy business men it should not be rocket science to balance out, but I just think they are a pair of greedy people who have no idea how to manage a football club, i'm sure they look at things as us being punters ( customers as they call us is a nicer word) and not fans.

Grab what you can when you can, spend the minimum in outlay as possible and sell at the right time for shed loads, great as a business plan. but not the way a club should be run, although football now days is a big business, it should also be a passion for the owners not just the fans.

I personally hate the way football is governed by how much money is involved, once a working mans sport has been taken over by corporate and when it implodes which I think eventually it will a lot of clubs may no longer be around as the investors will find some other toy to play with!

2.) 07 Feb 2018
07 Feb 2018 10:41:55
Evra is washed up and the man should take up karate and the man he attacked gave him stick because he's finished and putting in poor performances his agent must have thought I've tried nearly everywhere to get him a club bar a few I know WEST HAM take on finished footballers ill try there. COYI.