11 Mar 2018 11:06:24
think there is quite a few numptys who would happily see us relegated in spite of gold and sulli. we crumbled once again yesterday. the contingent of fans that acted that way 1 nil down 66 mins in certainly didn't help . win lose or draw there was a game of football to be played.

most would probably agree the owners talk a lot of crap and there needs to be a massive change there. what happened yesterday was a embarrasing low point in west hams history we know why they did it, its been brewing for a while but time and a place.

I don't want us to get relegated to save us from anymore embarrassment and having to have a firesale and sell players on the cheap. but going down may not be the worse thing to happen to us.

either way premiership or championship I want us to go back to basics and concentrate purely on the football we don't need lots of foreign imports and marquee signings. just players that are willing to fight for west ham who can play and leave everything on that pitch. we need a new philosophy installed playing good football. I'd concede a few positions in the league knowing that we tried to play exciting football. money has ruined a lot of this we are trying to build rome in a day. when we do not have the financial might to compete. yes their is money there but simply not the same level as those in and around the top 4. I do think there is enough to build a good solid team mix in some of the talented youth players coming through and I see no reason why we can't compete while playing football that's easy on the eye.

easier said than done we would need the right manager a director of football and the fans united.

1.) 11 Mar 2018
11 Mar 2018 20:24:38
And a flipping goalie that can make saved.

2.) 12 Mar 2018
12 Mar 2018 12:07:09
As we saw against Burnley, we had chances but they have invested in decent keepers that keep them in the game. look at every good Premier league team? They all have decent keepers. What do we have?

3.) 12 Mar 2018
12 Mar 2018 13:02:59
Adrian shouldn't have been dropped poor man management by Moyes and not the first time I've seen this either.

hart has lost it he was given a golden opportunity to prove himself and get into the England squad and he really dropped the ball litteraly.

what a waste of money huge wages and absolute crap in my opinion. don't know why we signed him.

gk isn't even where we have the biggest problem it's merely 1 thing on a long list of problems that only seems to be getting bigger the past 2-3 seasons. worst thing is some of these problems have been so clear the fact they weren't rectified is fustrating. aging imbalanced squad that looks like it's had little to no thought during it's creation.

let's get back to basics the board have sold us a dream and can't deliver let's be realistic and concentrate purely on the football. I'd rather west ham be known for playing good football first and foremost building slowly we have great potential.

one of the few good things about this season is Declan rice.

4.) 12 Mar 2018
12 Mar 2018 14:10:50
If HART is our number one for the world cup then I'm afraid the world's gone mad what a judge GUARDIOLA is getting shot of him and he was slaughtered for shows why foreign coaches are the best in the BUISNESS because SOUTHGATE will stick with him for that I'm sure .

5.) 12 Mar 2018
12 Mar 2018 15:19:08
hart shoudlnt be going to the world cup full stop. just remembered his poor touch when the ball went out for a corner imagine if he done that on the goal line refs watch would have buzzed. embarrasing it must have been obvious to gaurdiola how bad hart is espicially with his distribution.

6.) 12 Mar 2018
12 Mar 2018 19:12:45
I have been posting all season about how poor Hart is. He is static doesn't save shots - Saturday apart from 2 catches from high crosses he didn't make a save except the one he presented back to Burnley for their 3rd goal and as far as England goes you don't have to look much further than Pope Burnleys reserve keeper

I agree that Declan Rice is the one bright spark of this season I looked back at the 3 man defence when we beat Spurs at Wembley - Kouyate Rice and if I remember rightly Reid with Adrian in goal seemed pretty solid that night.