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Re: West Ham United 2010/2011

Post by Fey on Tue Sep 02, 2008 1:02 am

Di Caniooooo! wrote:And we're fucked

So far Wham has started better then I can remember, I also remember when Tevez and Mascherano came and you lot almost went down. I think West Ham will surprise a lot of people. James Tomkins Ale James Collins Ale James Walker Ale Bondz N'Gala Ale Freddie Sears Ale

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Re: West Ham United 2010/2011

Post by Di Caniooooo! on Tue Sep 02, 2008 1:04 am

Tomkins ok, but needs first team experience to be good at premier league level, collings is very good but injured, walker is ok, but we already have a back up so he's probably going, n'gala needs more experience, and same with sears.

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Re: West Ham United 2010/2011

Post by Di Caniooooo! on Tue Sep 02, 2008 5:17 am

Oh you have to love West Ham, while most clubs are showing off their signings, our site boast that you can download a 3d cell pic of bobby moore.
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Re: West Ham United 2010/2011

Post by debaser on Tue Sep 02, 2008 10:21 am

Di Caniooooo! wrote:oh fucking hell, if we don't buy a lb we're going down! if we don't buy a lb we're going down! if we don't buy a lb we're going down!
we finished 6th last season without a RB. fullbacks are overrated Smile
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Re: West Ham United 2010/2011

Post by Deano on Wed Sep 03, 2008 8:44 am

David Di Michele and Herita Ilunga cheers...

Two very good signings tbh...Ale.
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West Ham's New Manager? (Zola to be unveiled on Thursday.)

Post by Chocolate Thunder on Wed Sep 03, 2008 11:07 pm

Contenders to replace Curbishley

TEAMtalk takes a look at the possible contenders for the vacant West Ham job after Alan Curbishley quit his post at Upton Park on Tuesday.

Here are some of the candidates to take over from Curbishley as Hammers boss.

SLAVEN BILIC

Bilic is the current Croatia coach and hot favourite for the West Ham job despite signing a two year contact in April of this year. He is recognised as the second best national team coach after Dunga of Brazil. Bilic played for West ham during the 1996-97 season, showing loyalty to the club by helping them battle against relegation despite offers from Joe Royle to lure him to Everton.

His laid-back approach to the game has won him many fans, but that is not to say that he is not ambitious and hard-working. He could really help West Ham to gain recognition as a top team.

SAM ALLARDYCE

Allardyce is currently a free agent after leaving Newcastle in January. Although he had limited success at the club, he was highly respected during his time managing Bolton between 1999-2007.

He propelled Bolton into the Premiership during his second season at the club and after a promising start the team struggled but managed to keep thier place in the top flight of English football. In the 2004-05 season Bolton finished sixth, earning a place in the UEFA cup.

He is a strong character, very popular in the footballing world, and not afraid of controversy. He advocates a never-say-die attitude and would love the opportunity to win some silverware.

DAVID O'LEARY Smile

After time managing Leeds and Aston Villa, David O'Leary has been without a club since 2006. His four years at Leeds saw O'Leary take the Yorkshire side to the Champions League semi-finals with a talented youthful squad. The highs were short-lived and Leeds' meteoric fall followed and O'Leary was sacked after spending too much money with no delivery of silverware. O'Leary did remarkably well at Villa, managing to lift a thin and down-hearted club from the relegation places to sixth, just missing out on a UEFA Cup spot.

O'Leary is a talented and ambitious manager who could take west Ham into Europe, but he needs silverware to really prove his worth.

GARY JOHNSON

Johnson is currently enjoying success as Bristol City manager but may well be interested in an opportunity to manage at Premier League level. He joined City in 2005 and achieved automatic promotion to the Coca-Cola Championship with the club in 2007.

He is popular with the media and his abilities as a manager have been rewarded with manager of the month awards.

HARRY REDKNAPP

Redknapp is another popular character and a very experienced manager. His teams play exciting football and yet he knows how to battle for survival. He currently manages Portsmouth and the summer has seen an influx of exciting players join the club. As well as time coaching Bournemouth and Southampton, Redknapp spent seven years in charge at West Ham from 1994-2001.

He helped the club make a name for itself in the Premiership and nurtured the talents of emerging stars Rio Ferdinand, Michael Carrick, Frank Lampard and Joe Cole.

GLENN HODDLE

Former England manager Glenn Hoddle is currently trying to raise the money to open a football academy in Spain but may well be interested in a chance to get back into football management. Aside from experience at international level, resulting in his infamous dismissal following unguarded comments to the media, Hoddle has had many chances to prove himself with teams in the Premier League and championship, having spent time in charge at Swindon, Chelsea, Southampton, Tottenham and Wolves.

He has yet to bring the success expected to any of his clubs and will be desperate for the opportunity to prove himself.

So who's it going to be?
Who would be the best choice and vice a versa?
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Re: West Ham United 2010/2011

Post by L.r.d on Wed Sep 03, 2008 11:08 pm

Are you trying to be Batman?
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Re: West Ham United 2010/2011

Post by Chocolate Thunder on Wed Sep 03, 2008 11:10 pm

L.r.d wrote:Are you trying to be Batman?

Are you trying to be my stalker?

Oh..hold on a sec. Yes already are.. Rolling Eyes
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Re: West Ham United 2010/2011

Post by L.r.d on Wed Sep 03, 2008 11:17 pm

Ade wrote:
L.r.d wrote:Are you trying to be Batman?

Are you trying to be my stalker?

Oh..hold on a sec. Yes already are.. Rolling Eyes

And people say my English is bad.

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Re: West Ham United 2010/2011

Post by Glenarch of the Glen on Wed Sep 03, 2008 11:22 pm

L.r.d wrote:
Ade wrote:
L.r.d wrote:Are you trying to be Batman?

Are you trying to be my stalker?

Oh..hold on a sec. Yes already are.. Rolling Eyes

And people say my English is bad.

it is Coffee
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Re: West Ham United 2010/2011

Post by Chocolate Thunder on Wed Sep 03, 2008 11:31 pm

Can you add an insightful view on football for once in your life>
Oh and unbiased view on football?

Or are you just going to continue stalking me like the creep that you are.

All you do is follow me around looking for any post of mine, you really do not get it do you? Kindly f@ck off, I don't go looking for your every single dof your comments.

I post a thread and all you do is focus on me, your one insane geeky freak that thinks he is all mad and tough on forum.


Parky while I think he is a knob with anything to do with Liverpool actually has a decent view on many topics in the off topic threads.

I have no problems with Battyboy, he is harmless. A bit irriatating but thats mainly down to to his rival, but again he is harmless. At least he creates topics for people to talk about.

Nutters always provides a laugh or two. I like many can't stand his avatars or sigs espcially when I'm in work and the like.

DS is a very intelligent poster as is Forza.

You.................well.... you add f@ck all ok
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Re: West Ham United 2010/2011

Post by Batman on Wed Sep 03, 2008 11:33 pm

I never fucked anybody over in my life didn't have it coming to them. You got that? All I have in this world is my balls and my word and I don't break them for no one. Do you understand?
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Re: West Ham United 2010/2011

Post by Chocolate Thunder on Wed Sep 03, 2008 11:35 pm

L.r.d wrote:
Ade wrote:
L.r.d wrote:Are you trying to be Batman?

Are you trying to be my stalker?

Oh..hold on a sec. Yes already are.. Rolling Eyes

And people say my English is bad.

Go tell someone who gives flying f@ck about you.. Sleep

I'am watching a movie with my missus while I'm on the laptop so please kindly f@ck off.

Your the type of person who sits behind his screen insulting people or hacking them, big fucking whoop you geek.
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Re: West Ham United 2010/2011

Post by Chocolate Thunder on Wed Sep 03, 2008 11:37 pm

Batman wrote:I never fucked anybody over in my life didn't have it coming to them. You got that? All I have in this world is my balls and my word and I don't break them for no one. Do you understand?



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Re: West Ham United 2010/2011

Post by Chocolate Thunder on Wed Sep 03, 2008 11:38 pm

SO.. West Ham's new manager eh.

Can we get back on topic for the love of god.

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Re: West Ham United 2010/2011

Post by Glenarch of the Glen on Wed Sep 03, 2008 11:39 pm

Batman wrote:All I have in this world is my balls and my word





teachers salary really that bad?

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Re: West Ham United 2010/2011

Post by Di Caniooooo! on Wed Sep 03, 2008 11:44 pm

You forgot DI CANIOOOOOOOOOO! if not Di Canio Bilic or Harry, if its Allardyce I'll abandon the sport together until he's outted.
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Re: West Ham United 2010/2011

Post by Batman on Wed Sep 03, 2008 11:45 pm

I think it will be a foreign, someone who is use to working under a director of football. e.g. Spurs with Ramos.

Maybe someone from Italy?


You wanna work eight, ten fucking hours? You own nothing, you got nothing! Do you want a chivato on every corner looking after you? Watching everything you do? Everything you say, man? Do you know I eat octopus three times a day? I got fucking octopus coming out of my fucking ears. I got the fuckin' Russian shoes my feet's comin' through. How you like that? What, you want me to stay there and do nothing? Hey, I'm no fuckin' criminal, man. I'm no puta or thief. I'm Batman, a political prisoner from Cuba. And I want my fuckin' human rights, now!

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Re: West Ham United 2010/2011

Post by Glenarch of the Glen on Wed Sep 03, 2008 11:52 pm

tell us more about your balls Coffee

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Re: West Ham United 2010/2011

Post by Di Caniooooo! on Wed Sep 03, 2008 11:53 pm

whose balls?

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Re: West Ham United 2010/2011

Post by Di Caniooooo! on Wed Sep 03, 2008 11:54 pm

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Re: West Ham United 2010/2011

Post by Batman on Wed Sep 03, 2008 11:58 pm

The only thing in this world that gives orders... is balls.

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Re: West Ham United 2010/2011

Post by Glenarch of the Glen on Thu Sep 04, 2008 12:01 am

post a photograph of your balls?
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Re: West Ham United 2010/2011

Post by Batman on Thu Sep 04, 2008 12:14 am

Glenn Hysn wrote:post a photograph of your balls?

Spoiler:
Tennis ball:


for some reason its glowing.

My football is in the garden, you want to see that too?
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Re: West Ham United 2010/2011

Post by DS on Thu Sep 04, 2008 5:20 am

Henning Berg ?

Someone from Holland Smile.

Can them show enough ambition to lure Laurent Blanc ?

If they want to go lower leagues that Bristol City guy ? or Javi Martinez of Swansea.
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Re: West Ham United 2010/2011

Post by debaser on Thu Sep 04, 2008 9:44 am

Ade wrote:
DAVID O'LEARY Smile

After time managing Leeds and Aston Villa, David O'Leary has been without a club since 2006. His four years at Leeds saw O'Leary take the Yorkshire side to the Champions League semi-finals with a talented youthful squad. The highs were short-lived and Leeds' meteoric fall followed and O'Leary was sacked after spending too much money with no delivery of silverware. O'Leary did remarkably well at Villa, managing to lift a thin and down-hearted club from the relegation places to sixth, just missing out on a UEFA Cup spot.

O'Leary is a talented and ambitious manager who could take west Ham into Europe, but he needs silverware to really prove his worth.
Doesn't mention the fact he then took us back down to just above the relegation spots. And spent an entire season describing the team as "an honest bunch of lads" after every defeat. And started a player revolt against the chairman which caused his sacking Smile
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Re: West Ham United 2010/2011

Post by Deano on Thu Sep 04, 2008 10:09 am

David O'leary won't be coming nowhere near this club...it's ridiculous he's even on this shortlist...

I want Martin Jol tbh...he's down as about 5th/6th favourite with the bookies...but it won't be him. They want Bilic...which is a big gamble...

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Re: West Ham United 2010/2011

Post by Di Caniooooo! on Thu Sep 04, 2008 1:33 pm

Valon Deano Behrami wrote:David O'leary won't be coming nowhere near this club...it's ridiculous he's even on this shortlist...

I want Martin Jol tbh...he's down as about 5th/6th favourite with the bookies...but it won't be him. They want Bilic...which is a big gamble...
f@ck off! no way do I want jol, i hate the bastard. I'd settle for the dream move 'arry back as manager, and he brings in Paolo as his assistant manager.
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Re: West Ham United 2010/2011

Post by rosenthal on Fri Sep 05, 2008 12:41 am

Don't think Martin Jol would be interested at this point. Hamburg is a better job atm. Would be surprised if Bilic is interested as well, cant see him walking out on Croatia at this stage.

Sam Allardyche would work well with the financial limitations West Ham got, but can't really see him and his style at WH.

Henning Berg is mentioned above, he's actually looking like a rather talented manager. But he's already agreed to take over another club in the winter. Not sure he could break that commitment.
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Re: West Ham United 2010/2011

Post by DS on Fri Sep 05, 2008 6:13 am

Mancini ?

But now you have competition from Newcastle so would be interesting.

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