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his argument holds up well but then again the truth always will
Koeman got the sack for 8 points from his 9 games, Allardyce has 9 points from his last 9.Mahrez and Zaha were helpful as well.
Newcastle? Really?They fucked him off after less than a year, blaming a decline on him leaving is farcicalWest Ham thought he'd taken them as far as he could (the giddy heights of 10th) and wanted someone else to try and propel them higher. 10th, 13th and 12th over 3 years, consistent, but average, and not what we're aiming for, or perhaps some of you are happy for mid-table mediocrity? So what if they went downhill after he left?What in that makes anyone think he can push us towards the top 6?
Let the adults talk, pal.
I don't think your argument is holding together. It's getting more and more tenuous with each post. You're bending over backwards to highlight his positives and forgive his (numerous) negatives, whilst attempting to seem like you're giving a balanced appraisal of the situation. It's not really washing. You'd be better just admitting that you're fighting a losing battle, and that we need a much better manager.
Good point. The palace game takes a whole different pattern with Zaha.
Not that it matters, but I do seem to remember everybody having a laugh at the delusion of West Ham fans with their "Allardyce doesn't understand the West Ham way of playing football" excuse.
every team has players out ffs your at the bottom of the barrel with that one 3 games in a week 6 points form 9 loving it
3 games in 11 days, not a week. 2 of them at home with the oppositions key players missing in both games, and an away game he surrendered to a poor Arsenal side.
did we not have key players out your boring me
No, the manager decided to put our key players on the bench
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