04 Feb 2024 19:52:16
Well as most of the talk is the mid field players we have and we all agree on paper its one of the best mid fields in the Prem but what about a centre forward We plaid well against Man U but get rid of Ings and bring in a centre forward Ings must go he's got no pace at all hs a box player which is not our style oris it me have i got it wrong.

1.) 06 Feb 2024
06 Feb 2024 05:08:53
INGS didn't feature against UTD devon but had his best game in a west ham shirt when he was played in his best position just behind a front man in the SHEFF UTD game, the problem with west ham is 100 moyes I'll give you an example JWP had loads of assists and goals from set pieces in the PREMIERSHIP with SOUTHAMPTON how many assists and free kick wonder goals has he scored under MOYES not 1 free kick and 2 assists if that he's been MOYESED 100% and I ain't having where we are in the league and won a 2 bob Europa conference cup not beating a good team they beat AZ and FIORENTINA 2 half decent teams but not very good or for me even warrenting a good side we will drop down the table we couldn't even score a goal against a terrible UTD side that AFC BOURNEMOUTH put 3 past at old trafford and wolves scored 3 everybody bar us and everytime the camera went on MOYES he was constantly telling players to get back, when we meet a decent side in the europa league we will be knocked out trust me I for one am sick to death of MOYES and if all you people that love the man are blinded by results not performances with a decent man manager and coach with the players we have and a few or 3 more decent players in the summer this club will move on and the reason SULLY loves MOYES is MONEY as moyes will keep you in the PREMIERSHIP and SULLY loves it, don't believe the old bollocks about when we move to the london stadium we will challenge the top 4 no it will improve bums on seats compared to UPTON PARK as long as he's got 50,000 season tickets but he doesn't even want that as he can make more money from day visitors who only have to show a scarf that you are a west ham supporter SULLY couldn't give a rubbish about true WEST HAM SUPPORTERS only fecking money in his pocket granted he's spent money but if you way up the ins and outgoings he's barely broke into premiership payments and that's a fact.⚒⚒⚒

2.) 06 Feb 2024
06 Feb 2024 12:15:48
Succinctly put, Whorya48.

3.) 06 Feb 2024
06 Feb 2024 12:19:04
I also noticed that 57% of season ticket holders who replied to a survey by Sean Whetstone declared they would not renew their season tickets if Moyes was given a new contract. If that doesn't make Sullivan sit up and listen, I don't know what will!

4.) 06 Feb 2024
06 Feb 2024 16:44:18
Yup I saw the same TIN. 57% is quite worrying and equivalent to 35,000 of our crowd. I have friends who have gradually lost interest and refuse to pay good money and travel to see the rubbish Moyes has us playing. No matter what ya viewpoint, if more and more fans are staying away it tells a story in itself!

5.) 06 Feb 2024
06 Feb 2024 17:50:59
That is assuming everyone took part in the survey. I didn’t take part, I would renew my season tickets regardless of who is the manager. I support the club, not the manager.

6.) 06 Feb 2024
06 Feb 2024 21:38:59
It has prompted Hammers Chat, Hammers Fan TV and Claret and Booze to carry out a separate survey. It’ll be interesting to see the result.

7.) 09 Feb 2024
09 Feb 2024 02:00:54
Mike: “That is assuming everyone took part in the survey. I didn’t take part, I would renew my season tickets regardless of who is the manager.”
Apparently, a selection of season ticket holders, numbering 5000, replied. The result came as a bit of a shock to senior people at the club. There is now a rumour that the board is not so keen on offering Moyes a new contract, citing supporter unrest as the reason. Possibly, Sullivan might take notice of the crowd boos which were heard after the last two home games?

8.) 09 Feb 2024
08 Feb 2024 19:57:07
Mike: "That is assuming everyone took part in the survey. I didn’t take part, I would renew my season tickets regardless of who is the manager."
It was a sample of season ticket holders on Twitter. Apparently, 5000 responded. Anyway, it's possible the result made the board sit up and take notice because the last rumour was that the board has pulled back from the offer of a new contract "as a result of supporter unrest". This is only a rumour, but it does sound a lot like Sullivan who allegedly was shocked by the result. Strange; he must have thought the booing after the last two home games was the wind!

9.) 10 Feb 2024
10 Feb 2024 11:46:53
Sorry about the duplication. When my original post hadn’t appeared after 6 hours, I thought I’d made a cock up and reposted it. ?

{Ed001's Note - one was just locked up. It happens sometimes when an editor logs in at the exact time a post (or more sometimes) is sent in. The posts don't quite come in so that the editor can read them, but the system thinks they are reading them, so locks them up to stop another editor double posting by accident. It is only when they are locked up for a while that we can see they are locked away there rather than just an editor typing a long reply or checking something before posting it.}

10.) 10 Feb 2024
10 Feb 2024 12:18:02
Thank you Ed for that explanation.

{Ed001's Note - very welcome mate.}