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Moyes post-match interview is hilarious..... Sounds broken and out of answers already.

"If we can play better in the next game we might get a better result"


David "Winning Is What I Do" Moyes, ladies and gentlemen..... :mourloopy:
 
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West Ham Premier League Schedule until November

Woolwich vs West Ham
West Ham vs Wolves
Leicester
vs West Ham
Spurs vs West Ham
West Ham vs Man City
Liverpool
vs West Ham



Goodbye Moyes :mourlmao: :mourlmao:
 
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Airfixx

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West Ham Premier League Schedule until November

Woolwich vs West Ham
West Ham vs Wolves
Leicester
vs West Ham
Spurs vs West Ham
West Ham vs Man City
Liverpool
vs West Ham



Goodbye Moyes :mourlmao: :mourlmao:
They should have done a deal with him where he took the first 6 weeks off and then joined the squad and cranked up the win-machine.

 
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Airfixx

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Got no sympathies or love for WH, but it would be pretty nauseating to see those GSB tossers walk away with a fat profit based on their shit-dome scam. A big slice of any profit ought to go back into the public purse.
 
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Got no sympathies or love for WH, but it would be pretty nauseating to see those GSB tossers walk away with a far profit based on their shit-dome scam. A big slice of any profit ought to back into the public purse.
It would but there is a clause in place as part of the terms of renting the Banter Bowl (and the public investment that went into developing it for them) that puts restrictions on the sums they can trouser.

Of cause in business there are creative ways to circumnavigate this but oweing to the fact that they don't own their stadium, havn't invested in their training centres other than visiting B&Q paint shop, the football club's equitable value is serverly hamstrung. It amazes me that any serious investment vehicle or individual would want to buy them as a consequence too, especially within this climate unless they were there to continue the status quo and making PL survival the only goal and then use said money to reward their services. There isn't anything to invest in other than the precarious nature of football players, who the good ones don't see any reason in joining them.

With yet another shirt sponsor going bust on them last year, a potential ban on all betting firms as Shirt Spnsors looming, a tiny share of a non-existing tiny (by comparison to ours) stadiumnaming rights deal, barley an increase in match day revenue from Upton Park & £40m of losses last year...........they are just a vacuum of tangible equity.
 
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