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Submitted by mcbikeman on Fri, 22/07/2022 - 07:48

Our transfer policy has been nothing if not disastrous this summer with Moyes fawning over Lingard and failing now the same with Broja, Supposedly not that keen on Scammacca because Newman has scouted and put him forward a bid they say of £34million gone in for him.I go on record now and say Moyes will be gone before Christmas and Warburton his replacement.

The club has to answer to those who fork out a pretty penny for season tickets as to what is going on with transfers.The club cannot let this circus keep going yet another week goes by and no movement in sight i really am now Questioning Moyes ability to attract players.

If Moyes cannot get the players he wants and he thinks he has enough in the squad if he cannot then we will be fighting a relegation battle with Everton next season and we will be the losers...Dramatic you may say but we have gone down with better sides in the past and this constant Dithering in the market is now beyond a joke.

So when will the panic start?Moyes is like a frog in a pan of water with the gas on underneath totally oblivious to the danger.

hammergirl's picture

You kill me sometimes lol,i see the panics on big bid in for Scamacca and if the Broja deal goes wrong Belotti being touted around Prem on a free and Moyes was looking at him so who knows.

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All would be forgiven if Scamacca signs lol. However was the bid submitted before Belotti was offered. How about both? They must have played together before & have an understanding. Belotti is a great player. Real tough.

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hammergirl's picture

But if Moyes has any common about him he would sign both as both italian both coming to a strange city they could help each other settle in but hey what do i no i'm just a girl and we all what Moyes thinks about girls

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mcbikeman's picture

A man with his experience going for coaching role because i have little doubt plenty of clubs would of had him as a manager

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Would you want him as West Ham manager though?
Plenty of clubs would go for him but I imagine most of those would be championship clubs. It would certainly confirm what fans all think about the owners if he was to replace Moyes, not exactly a step forward for the club.

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mcbikeman's picture

Moyes for all that he has done for us just has no plan b...its sit back hit on the break and if the opposition world class like Citeh its dont even try no pressure nothing...Warburton has a better ability to see and change things more than Moyes IMO but before anyone says how can Moyes change things he doesn't have the players....whose fault is that then?..but the reality is Chippy we could have Moanrino...Pep...Klop managing us and the story would be no different....but someone has to light a fire under someones backside because we looked as bad Saturday as we did last game of the season and all preseason.

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I think if Warburton took over then it would be a disaster, can you imagine him trying to attract players to the club, they struggle now and at least Moyes has spent the majority of his career in the top league. I can’t say I’m a huge Moyes fan but I think he has done wonders these last 2 seasons, to come out on top of the league below the elite top 6 for 2 seasons in a row is impressive with the squad he had. I think he tries to buy young players with the right attitude as well, I think that’s also a positive, for many years West Ham bought journeymen or players at the end of their careers.
You’re right, Sundays performance was poor by any standards but it was against the best team in the Premier league that can keep the ball for as long as they want at times.
Saying that, like I’ve said on another thread, I don’t see West Ham replicating what they’ve done the last 2 seasons, the transfer window had to be good and it’s been crap, again I blame the negotiators for that not Moyes.
Forest away is going to be a huge game I think, their first home game, they’ll be right up for it, West Ham lose that and it’ll set the tone for the coming months.

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I said from the start .... hes there as the natural successor to Moyes and thats why the unholy trinity have him in place... Oven Ready as some Etonian twat once said :o)

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We've heard (invented stories) for years that the dildo's would sell up at the end of this season when they can capitalise fully on their "investment" and disastrous for the fans move to London Stadium. Do they really believe that Warburton would be a safe pair of hands and save the club from relegation if they decide to sack Moyes due to their under investment in the transfer window? As they've never confirmed they will sell seems to me like they're once again lowering the bar of expectation and the long suffering fans will suffer for a while longer

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I always wondered what that meant mate,'oven ready'...in my world it always meant time to dish the Sunday roast up!!

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