West Ham in crisis: what the bloggers say


16th, October 2006

‘I don’t want to see the back of him [Alan Pardew] because I think this is a case of
everything going wrong, bad luck and loss of confidence. However there
could be a ready made replacement with [Alan] Curbishley looking for work so
maybe now is the right time – before its too late and Curbishley finds
other employers.’ [WHU-AU]
We are becoming a one-trick pony that has been
easily worked out by the other teams in the league. Put the youth team
in and let them restore some pride and passion to the cause. Its time
for Mr Pardew to leave this sinking ship before it has sunk, and
replace him with Mr Curbishley.’
It wouldn’t be surprising if the West Ham massive turned their knives
on Alan Pardew, Tevezcherano and anyone in the general vicinity of
Upton Park after a dismal start to the season.’ [Caught Offside]
It has become fashionable to
opine that the Hammers are missing Dean Ashton and the arrival of the
two Argentines has caused unrest. Yet the buck stops with Pardew. He
appears clueless as to how to reconcile either or both Tevez and
Mascherano into the team and his muddled team selections carry an ever
more distinctive flavour of desperation.’
[Image via Caught Offside]

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