Moyes. In retrospect

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Re: Moyes. In retrospect

Post by Mikeveep » Sun Sep 30, 2018 12:47 pm

Not necessarily instead of, but I'd still be happy with Moyes + £100 million.

He wouldnt have made such a mess of the first 4 games incorporating Wilshire into a 2 man midfield.

That was nuts.
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Re: Moyes. In retrospect

Post by Towie » Sun Sep 30, 2018 4:08 pm

Mikeveep wrote:Not necessarily instead of, but I'd still be happy with Moyes + £100 million.

He wouldnt have made such a mess of the first 4 games incorporating Wilshire into a 2 man midfield.

That was nuts.
Maybe not the first 4, but the other 34 most probably.
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Re: Moyes. In retrospect

Post by Whiskyman » Sun Sep 30, 2018 4:24 pm

Mikeveep wrote:Not necessarily instead of, but I'd still be happy with Moyes + £100 million.

He wouldnt have made such a mess of the first 4 games incorporating Wilshire into a 2 man midfield.

That was nuts.
As was spending £10 million on Hugill surely ? I wonder what little gems he would have unearthed to spend the rest on ? I doubt if Diop would have been on the radar and he prpbabl;y thought Balbuena was a Cuban beach resort.

I didn't think Moyes was as bad as some believed but I would have had reservations about his transfer market activity. Or maybe more to the point, the dwarf's.
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