Is Moyes' reputation now fully restored?
09/02/2021 | sport | football | 826
David Moyes has West Ham flying, so is it time to acknowledge the Scot's reputation is now fully restored?
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09/02/2021 09:02:21 2 2
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cant go one HYS without trolling can you.
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09/02/2021 08:21:00 56 4
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As a Man Utd supporter, I felt Moyes was treated very badly by them. He simply wasn't given enough time. They also didn't take any pressure off Moyes unlike what they are doing with OGS. I believe Moyes is a better manager than OGS & it would be no surprise if West Ham win tonight at OT. OGS hasn't managed to sort out his centres in two years, almost guaranteed at least one goal to the opposition.
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09/02/2021 08:10:10 0 8
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They’ll probably sack him at the end of the season for a manager with more European experience.... I’m quite surprised his pride allowed him to go back to West Ham having been so badly treated the first time around.
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09/02/2021 08:54:43 7 25
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This is the most ludicrous piece of 'journalism' I've had the misfortune to read.

Moyes is a proven failure, just like at the weekend when his team failed to beat the hapless Fulham.

Moyes fails, it's what he does.
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09/02/2021 08:13:52 95 9
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IMO Moyes reputation was not damaged at Man U as a result of a poor spell there. Ferguson stayed on a year too long as a result of being pipped to the title in 2012 and wanted to win one more time. Amazingly Ferguson did it again in 2013 but at the cost of handing over a worn out team, the one handed to Moyes. That's the reason why he didn't do so well there. No impact on his reputation.
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09/02/2021 09:35:54 22 45
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Always one that wants a go at the grammar or compisition of a comment rather than addressing the clear and obvious point being made.

Grow up, this is not a written exam forum.
As someone else pointed out, the argument is less easy to take seriously when one fails to adequately string a sentence together.

Is the above too much for your teeny tiny brain?
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Oh look, it's bully boy Matt77. Grow up you fool. Removed
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09/02/2021 11:46:40 1 1
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Your pomposity is egregious.
If you are going to be pompous about grammar at least get your own correct.
I'll bet you don't even know why your post is wrong and I have no intention of telling you.
Have a go and get back to us otherwise we will accept you are clueless.
As someone else pointed out, the argument is less easy to take seriously when one fails to adequately string a sentence together.

Is the above too much for your teeny tiny brain?
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Oh look, it's bully boy Matt77. Grow up you fool. Removed
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09/02/2021 08:54:43 7 25
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This is the most ludicrous piece of 'journalism' I've had the misfortune to read.

Moyes is a proven failure, just like at the weekend when his team failed to beat the hapless Fulham.

Moyes fails, it's what he does.
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As someone else pointed out, the argument is less easy to take seriously when one fails to adequately string a sentence together.

Is the above too much for your teeny tiny brain?
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Why do the BBC refer to West Ham and Manchester United? should it not be West Ham United and Manchester United or even Salford United?? Removed
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09/02/2021 08:43:31 171 13
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I keep reading about how he failed at Sunderland. Unlike the spectacular success the 24 other managers that club has had since the turn of the century. If Pep Guardiola was put in charge there the first thing he'd do would ring up the Samaritans.
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09/02/2021 12:45:01 2 2
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Anyone who thinks a game being played in empty stadiums admist a pandemic and influenced more and more by atrocious refereeing and VAR can be a serious guide in a real world is as deluded as these journalists who serve themselves and not the game.
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09/02/2021 14:29:29 1 0
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Doing better than me if you've got £500 to throw around.
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09/02/2021 15:27:47 4 3
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Not sure about DM, never quite makes it, a good bridesmaid manager. Have you read the bbc article on women's england squad bbc specifically mentions no BAME players due to illness etc. If none deserving of selection why is it an issue, or do bbc expect manager to pick a weakened squad to accommodate pc wokery?
Unless this is about how well Adriana Leon fills out a pair of shorts for West Ham ladies, I'm struggling to see the relevance of this post to this article? Removed
Groundbreaking item on the football front page: 'Don't let fear stop you' - What's it like being an LGBT+ football fan?

If you don't shove your sexuality down people's throats or have a greater sense of entitlement than the rest of society, I'd think it's much the same as being a hetero football fan.
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Unless David Moyes is planning to identify as a woman, failing to see the relevance here. Removed
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09/02/2021 15:47:46 0 0
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Well said.
Groundbreaking item on the football front page: 'Don't let fear stop you' - What's it like being an LGBT+ football fan?

If you don't shove your sexuality down people's throats or have a greater sense of entitlement than the rest of society, I'd think it's much the same as being a hetero football fan.
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Unless David Moyes is planning to identify as a woman, failing to see the relevance here. Removed
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09/02/2021 15:47:47 1 0
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i thought he identified as darth sidious?
Groundbreaking item on the football front page: 'Don't let fear stop you' - What's it like being an LGBT+ football fan?

If you don't shove your sexuality down people's throats or have a greater sense of entitlement than the rest of society, I'd think it's much the same as being a hetero football fan.
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What's wrong with saying Adrian Leon fills out a pair of shorts well for West Ham ladies, attached to an irrelevant post about women's football? Removed
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09/02/2021 16:10:52 0 0
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Nowt!
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Just reading about the women’s football team and was amazed to randomly find this comment in the middle of the article. ‘ With Demi Stokes injured and Parris unable to travel, Riise's squad does not contain any black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) players.’ can the BBC tell me what the hell the relevance of this paragraph is, in the article? Removed
I was about to comment on the fact that the BBC Football page currently features SIX PC articles, relating to gender, homosexuality and or race.

I do wish they could stick to football and leave the politics and biased agendas alone. Readers come here to read and comment football.
Kindly put women's football in a separate section.
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09/02/2021 18:37:08 1 0
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Probably none!
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09/02/2021 18:37:58 2 0
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I suspect that there is an agenda amongst some misguided people to see quotas. Naturally not based upon skill or suitability!
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Give up mate. It’s gone barmy. It’s beyond saving. Esp BBC.

You know a mate who works in archaeology dept at local authority and draws maps of the landscape. She got an email from the councils Diversity Officer asking her to make the maps more “inclusive from Trans ppl”. Yep that’s where we’re at.

This’ll be deleted very shortly so bye bye all
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Just reading about the women’s football team and was amazed to randomly find this comment in the middle of the article. ‘ With Demi Stokes injured and Parris unable to travel, Riise's squad does not contain any black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) players.’ can the BBC tell me what the hell the relevance of this paragraph is, in the article? Removed
I was about to comment on the fact that the BBC Football page currently features SIX PC articles, relating to gender, homosexuality and or race.

I do wish they could stick to football and leave the politics and biased agendas alone. Readers come here to read and comment football.
Kindly put women's football in a separate section.
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Just reading about the women’s football team and was amazed to randomly find this comment in the middle of the article. ‘ With Demi Stokes injured and Parris unable to travel, Riise's squad does not contain any black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) players.’ can the BBC tell me what the hell the relevance of this paragraph is, in the article? Removed
Those female West Ham players really do fill out a pair of shorts rather well. Removed
Just reading about the women’s football team and was amazed to randomly find this comment in the middle of the article. ‘ With Demi Stokes injured and Parris unable to travel, Riise's squad does not contain any black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) players.’ can the BBC tell me what the hell the relevance of this paragraph is, in the article? Removed
Give up mate. It’s gone barmy. It’s beyond saving. Esp BBC.

You know a mate who works in archaeology dept at local authority and draws maps of the landscape. She got an email from the councils Diversity Officer asking her to make the maps more “inclusive from Trans ppl”. Yep that’s where we’re at.

This’ll be deleted very shortly so bye bye all
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Walt Disney even named a character ABU

(Man U that is).
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