Sunday 4 February 2024

Time to focus - the business end of the season has truly begun


It's been a drab January at West ham, with an annoying cup exit to Bristol city, injuries and Afcon absences and an underwhelming transfer window.

The drawn games against Sheff Utd and Bournemouth have taken the energy out of Moyes' mens push for a European spot, while the continued absences of Paqueta and Antonio have left us sonewhat blunt up top.

That said, a win today at Ye Olde Trafford would raise the spirits and kick start our stuttering season.  The good news is that Coufal and Aguerd are back in the starting XI, while Alvarez and Bowen will be sharper as they recover from recent niggles.

Man Utd are also moving back towards their strongest side and will be buoyed by their win over Wolves. 

Let's hope Moyes doesn't go all cagey - a rarely successful strategy against the bigger clubs but one he seems to rigidly follow. This Man Utd side is certainly vulnerable if you attack them.

Anyone for a 2-2 draw? Moyes' men rarely fail to score these days but are not as tight at the back as they could be. Interestingly, Pablo Fornals is quoted at 11/2 to score by the bookies!!!

West Ham United: Areola, Coufal, Johnson, Zouma ©, Aguerd, Emerson, Álvarez, Souček, Ward-Prowse, Kudus, Bowen

Subs: Fabiański (GK), Mavropanos, Ogbonna, Cresswell, Scarles, Phillips, Cornet, Ings, Mubama

17 comments:

  1. We sold 2 attacking players and bought none so dont even go there w ham are not a boring negative team under moyes because we are a load of bollocks shitty football team now work all week to get my ticket and we are served up this rubbish week in week out

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  2. Benrhama dazzles as star man performance for lyon

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  3. Why the fuck dosnt the manager sign a c forward tell you why because he dosnt know how to play attacking thrusting football whitch a c forward needs along with supporting players around him

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  4. We hear w ham owe 180 million pounds in transfer fees now off set agaist what we are owed by other clubs we dont hear about that then do we

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  5. Jack Clark agrees deal to rejoin tottenham confirm

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  6. Fornals scores for his new club being reported because it a poorer league to play in rubbish truth is he been given the freedom to show his skills which can never happen at w ham under moyes

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  7. Stiedten to leave w ham we are such a small thinking club cant go anywhere higher now under moyes it's the owners fault for keeping him on

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  8. If todays result dont get moyes the sack I dont know what fucking will

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  9. Embarrising and a fucing disgrace

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  10. Moyes quote it's not about the manager it's not about the players it's all about the manager who picks the team who prepares the team who trains the team who says the way we play who signed no c forward in the window say no more

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  11. Disaster day as w ham concede 6 and stiedten quits

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  12. If Moyes stays and stiedten leaves imn gone no ticket renewal for me after 50 years football at this club is so poor now gone from being one of the best footballing sides to watch to a complete sticker

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  13. Potter is the ideal replacement for moyes time is right w ham need rebuilding just as brighton did a few years ago look what he did for them

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  14. Everything wrong at w ham down to one man MOYES

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  15. I've just done a poll on moyes replacement and over 2000votes want potter

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  16. Well done and good luck C palace on getting your new manager a proper ciub with more balls than us W Ham fan ticket holder

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  17. If moyes stays I wont be renewing my ticket work all week to go and watch this shit week in week out

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