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West Ham Managers Winning %

Postby Taansend » Fri Oct 13, 2017 5:54 am

I haven't double checked the accuracy of this site but it looks like Bilic is above Redknapp - although games seem to have been more "the West Ham way" under Redknapp unless that's just nostalgia kicking in.

He also has a better % than Greenwood :o

I couldn't believe Zola was lower than Roeder until I remembered that Roeder got us 7th or something the year before.

When I get some time I'm going to play with the numbers to see how they fare up in "Not Losing Percentages" :D

All West Ham United Managers

Manager From Until W D L Total Win%
Trevor Brooking 2003 2003 7 3 1 11 63.64%
Billy Bonds 1990 1994 99 61 67 227 43.61%
Charlie Paynter 1932 1950 198 116 166 480 41.25%
Alan Pardew 2003 2006 67 38 58 163 41.10%
John Lyall 1974 1989 308 194 268 770 40.00%
Ted Fenton 1950 1961 193 107 184 484 39.88%
Alan Curbishley 2006 2008 28 14 29 71 39.44%
Syd King 1902 1932 248 146 244 638 38.87%
Slaven Bilić 2015 now 35 26 30 91 38.46%
Sam Allardyce 2011 2015 68 46 67 181 37.57%
Harry Redknapp 1994 2001 121 85 121 327 37.00%
Lou Macari 1989 1990 14 13 12 39 35.90%
Ron Greenwood 1961 1974 236 174 248 658 35.87%
Avram Grant 2010 2011 15 12 20 47 31.91%
Glenn Roeder 2001 2003 25 22 35 82 30.49%
Gianfranco Zola 2008 2010 23 21 36 80 28.75%

http://www.managerstats.co.uk/clubs/west-ham-united/
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Postby eskimo joe » Fri Oct 13, 2017 6:38 am

Now if I could manage West Ham for one game and win it I would top that list. Oh and I would have to choose my opponents.

Heaven forbid should I lose, I would be holding it up.
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Postby Dicksies Diner » Fri Oct 13, 2017 8:23 am

I really wished that Brooking could have stayed our manager, I believe he would have done great stuff for us.

John Llyal brought us Trophies and close to winning the leauge so his our greatest Boss of all time, regardless of stats.
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Postby Dicksies Diner » Fri Oct 13, 2017 8:29 am

I wonder what just the top flight stats are like.
Pards,BFS, Lyals and Bonzo probably a bit boosted from time in lower league.
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Postby Whiskyman » Fri Oct 13, 2017 8:32 am

Statistics like these don't tell the full picture. I'm no fan of Redknapp but his record, unlike a lot of those managers, was achieved totally in the top division, same as Bilic, Roeder, Curbishley, Zola, Grant & Greenwood. Conversely Pardew spent two of his 3 full seasons as our manager (I'm counting his first season as a full one even though he came in after a game or two) in the Championship. Which accounts for why that numpty is so high up in the win percentage list.
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Postby Newmarket » Fri Oct 13, 2017 10:01 am

I think there's a recent thread on here stating that Biliccis clearly ahead in the PL win percentages due to the amount of time the others spent in the second tier .

Don't worry I can't be arsed to find it and merge them :i am genuinely amused:

Take away the individual games where Payet featured tells the true story though....
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Postby Whiskyman » Fri Oct 13, 2017 10:06 am

Newmarket wrote:I think there's a recent thread on here stating that Biliccis clearly ahead in the PL win percentages due to the amount of time the others spent in the second tier .

Don't worry I can't be arsed to find it and merge them :i am genuinely amused:

Take away the individual games where Payet featured tells the true story though....


But if we massage statistics like that we could take out those games under Redknapp when diCanio played, or exclude Lyall's 85/86 season because we were lucky Paul Goddard was injured at the start of the season which enabled McAvennie to partner Cottee up front. Remember that McAvennie was originally signed to play just behind those two as I recall.

As the man said. There are lies, damn lies and statistics.
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Re: West Ham Managers Winning %

Postby Newmarket » Fri Oct 13, 2017 10:10 am

Whiskyman wrote:
Newmarket wrote:I think there's a recent thread on here stating that Biliccis clearly ahead in the PL win percentages due to the amount of time the others spent in the second tier .

Don't worry I can't be arsed to find it and merge them :i am genuinely amused:

Take away the individual games where Payet featured tells the true story though....


But if we massage statistics like that we could take out those games under Redknapp when diCanio played, or exclude Lyall's 85/86 season because we were lucky Paul Goddard was injured at the start of the season which enabled McAvennie to partner Cottee up front. Remember that McAvennie was originally signed to play just behind those two as I recall.

As the man said. There are lies, damn lies and statistics.

Yep . Basically Stats are a misleading load of old Cunt .
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Re: West Ham Managers Winning %

Postby Whiskyman » Fri Oct 13, 2017 10:16 am

Newmarket wrote:
Whiskyman wrote:
Newmarket wrote:I think there's a recent thread on here stating that Biliccis clearly ahead in the PL win percentages due to the amount of time the others spent in the second tier .

Don't worry I can't be arsed to find it and merge them :i am genuinely amused:

Take away the individual games where Payet featured tells the true story though....


But if we massage statistics like that we could take out those games under Redknapp when diCanio played, or exclude Lyall's 85/86 season because we were lucky Paul Goddard was injured at the start of the season which enabled McAvennie to partner Cottee up front. Remember that McAvennie was originally signed to play just behind those two as I recall.

As the man said. There are lies, damn lies and statistics.

Yep . Basically Stats are a misleading load of old Cunt .


But only in 64.72% of cases. And then only on alternate Thursdays when there is no "R" in the month.
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Re: West Ham Managers Winning %

Postby redhammer » Fri Oct 13, 2017 10:17 am

Whiskyman wrote:
Newmarket wrote:I think there's a recent thread on here stating that Biliccis clearly ahead in the PL win percentages due to the amount of time the others spent in the second tier .

Don't worry I can't be arsed to find it and merge them :i am genuinely amused:

Take away the individual games where Payet featured tells the true story though....


But if we massage statistics like that we could take out those games under Redknapp when diCanio played, or exclude Lyall's 85/86 season because we were lucky Paul Goddard was injured at the start of the season which enabled McAvennie to partner Cottee up front. Remember that McAvennie was originally signed to play just behind those two as I recall.

As the man said. There are lies, damn lies and statistics.


Agree with Whisky. Part of the managers job is to get the best out of his best player and with Payet he did just that. He came as a 'decent European player', played as world class and left to become an 'average European player'

It's the same as those who state Rodgers was only good at Liverpool because of Suarez....and? So he managed to turn him into the best striker in the world and make the most of it, it should be a credit not a stick. Perhaps if Wenger could do it with Ozil they might be have been a bit more dangerous last season!
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