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Thread: Moyes

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    Moyes

    "I have a lot of thoughts and ideas about where I want to take the club," said Moyes.
    (Insert your own pun here)
    I suggest, Milwall, Altrincham are good places for Moyes to start next season
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    The man really believes his own hype. and hes done absolutely fuck all.
    Leader of all..master of none..

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    Quote Originally Posted by justme View Post
    The man really believes his own hype. and hes done absolutely fuck all.
    Same with Sham Allardyce, a real good fit at a certain club at a certain time (bolton), nothing of note since if u dont include finishing above relegation places or promotion from a lower league. Moyes and everton were suited.their egos tell them they can work magic at any club and they just aren't good enough to manage it. Same with a multitude of players, zaha i think is a good example which is why he prob wont get a big move again

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    ... and yet people keep employing the pillock. I wish Aston Villa would keep their act together so that West Ham got relegated
    I bet you can squeal like a pig!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sydenham red View Post
    Same with Sham Allardyce, a real good fit at a certain club at a certain time (bolton), nothing of note since if u dont include finishing above relegation places or promotion from a lower league. Moyes and everton were suited.their egos tell them they can work magic at any club and they just aren't good enough to manage it. Same with a multitude of players, zaha i think is a good example which is why he prob wont get a big move again
    Oh yeah fat Sam. reckoned he could manage Real Madrid.. Yeah right that's gonna work
    Leader of all..master of none..

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    Has been
    Old ways
    The game has moved on from his ancient ideas.

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    Moyes is a proven wiener.

    Years ago I read an article that showed a manager's win percentage tends to go down every time they change club - the article cited nomads such as Steve Bruce, Mark Hughes, Sam Allardyce as evidence, but they still get offered jobs.

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    West Ham beating Chelsea 2:1... Was hoping for another Chelsea win. Only because of that wench Brady

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    Willian nicely ties it with a free kick off the post. Wonder where he is going to end up next season?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3underpar View Post
    Willian nicely ties it with a free kick off the post. Wonder where he is going to end up next season?
    Yep - sorry I had moved over to the right thread. Pulisic is the difference...

    Yarmolenko imminent for Brady’s bunch

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