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Memo to Moyes: Dec is going and here’s WHY!

Following last night’s defeat at Arsenal a CandH website follower simply calling himself DAVE offers a view we believe is worth publishing.

We have had many random posts but this sums up the problems and the sort of future we could be facing without Declan Rice.

Got to say. I believe only Rice would get into the current Arsenal side of the players on show last night but that said, even Dec’s performance was below par.

HOWEVER, who can blame him for that; he receives the ball in the middle of the park, looks up and there’s no one to pass too going forward.

All the front players are missing, miles away from him, no one running forward wanting the ball and at various times last night several times he lifted both arms in the air as if to say: ” give me something.”

He is going without doubt and who can blame him! I’m sorry to say but Moyes must shoulder the blame for these abject performances of 2022, a real shame after what went before.

We are going to lose Dec but Moyes must now go before it’s too late. Him and his team have destroyed the legacy they built and the latest signings are and will be his downfall.

When one looks at his signing we find:

Aguard seems injury prone

Paqueta = not suited to the Prem

Kehrer = poor

Scammaca = another Haller

Downes = not going to be played

Emerson = defensively goes missing,

This has been money wasted, money we cannot afford to waste.

Moyes out now!

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11 comments on “Memo to Moyes: Dec is going and here’s WHY!

  1. Dave makes some good points.
    Although given the injuries and all the turnover, is it too soon to lose Moyes?
    You don’t simply become a bad manager overnight….

    • This is hardly overnight. He was only any good at Evertpn

    • Agree Blimeylimey, injuries have not helped, I was up until the World Cup Moyes IN, but now, I see no difference in playing style or tactics, yes, only 1 game since but enough to convince me Moyes has lost something and I don’t want to get relegated which I now think will happen if Moyes stays. Nothing will convince me it was not a waste of £150 mil plus that’s on Moyes.

  2. 100% agree with everything said in the article.
    I honestly believe if west ham showed better ambition Dec would stay, but he must look around the dressing room and think “why am I still here”.
    The players brought in raise serious questions about those in charge of recruitment. Whether that’s Newman or moyes they need to be made accountable for those failings. Whoever thought paqueta is worth £50million is deluded, I find it hard to believe knowone went to watch Kehrer before we signed him, and if they did why werent alarm bells ringing. Emerson, not exactly an upgrade on arthur, and couldnt get a game at chelsea which says it all. Aguerd is always injured so no idea if hell come good. Scamacca cant play upfront without players making runs around him (reminds me of haller). Only downes looks like working out, but he cant get a game.
    We are in trouble, and Declan and moyes coming out with the same speech after every game about how we have an amazing squad and in time we’ll start firing. I havent seen anything in the last god knows how long to make me believe anything they say.

  3. My usual message to the” Moyes Out” shouting is who comes in!!

  4. Moyes has known this was Rice’s last season with us, just like the world and his wife. The only possible chance of him staying for another season was a top 4 finish, and it was clear after the first half a dozen games that was not going to happen.

    As for the £170m being wasted, yes it has but if you look back at our entire spend under GSB, then the majority of players who’ve arrived have failed to deliver consistently with only a few exceptions.

    Part of that was down to Sullivan as de facto Director of Football, then Mario Husillos. Now we have Newman who’s managed to acquire some decent players but we have a manager who doesn’t have a clue how to use them.

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