Date: 2nd September 2018 at 12:33pm
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Back in the summer, once it had been decided by the West Ham United hierarchy that David Moyes was not the long-term solution, the appointment of Manuel Pellegrini was seen as the right thing to do.

After all, we were taking on board a manager who had a good reputation and had tasted Premier League success with Manchester City.

But, after four defeats from our opening four games, the social media is alive with comments that suggest the Hammers could have made a huge mistake in appointing the Chilean:

Surely, that’s an unfair comparison!

However, returning to the axing of David Moyes, it seems the Scotsman, according to some, should have remained at the club:

And some are hankering after the very manager that David Moyes replaced:

And some want to go back even further:

Now that would cause ructions amongst the Hammers support.

But, perhaps everyone is being a little harsh in criticising Pellegrini and suggesting that now is the time for the Chilean to show he has the qualities for the job:

However, did the Hammers make the mistake of making too many changes to the squad this summer:

And lastly, perhaps everyone s acting in haste, perhaps patience is something we should all be exercising:

But, then again, patience and instant success are not words that normally sit well together in the hurly-burly environment of the Premier League, are they?

COYI’s

 

One Reply to “Hammers Fans Call For Pellegrini Out, Moyes, Bilic Or Even Allardyce To Return, It’s All Getting Out Of Hand”

  • I felt sorry for Moyes, who did the job he was asked to do. If he had stayed we would probably have gone for ‘Traore’, Grealish, Mawson, Ben Gibson, Cairney , Maddison, Dembele, wiltshire , Wellbeck and Fredericks. These were all linked to us, while he was manager and probably some truth to most of them. These are all players used to the EPL or playing in Britain atleast and would know what to expect (pace of game & effort). So we would of seen maybe five or six come in and be gradually integrated in the team for steady progress.
    Hopefully Pellegrini will use the next two weeks to look at video’s of this seasons matches and what worked last season…..then adapt accordingly. If not he will have nobody to blame but himself, when he gets the boot and Moyes or Sam take over. I doubt the board will let this go on beyond the middle of October or we will never catch up the points deficit or poor goal difference.
    3232 to start picking up some points…..(hopefully)
    Fabianski – Balbuena, diop, ogbonna – fredericks, masuaku – sanchez, Wiltshire (slightly forward), obiang – arnie, hernandez .

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