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Well Glenn Roeder and Alan Shearer have got us 10 points out of 12 true its not against top placed opposition but an achievement none the less.

It also seems that Roeder can keep some of the miscreants in line WITHOUT shouting and screaming at them.

Also its worthy of note that we are achieving results without some of our best players. I seem to recall a previous Manager who`s name i cant recall claiming that injuries were to blame for the bad run we were going through at the time.

Even jug ears Linekar on Match of the Day was saying how well we are doing.

 

Isnt there any way this coaching badge situation can be sorted out so that Roeder at least can take on the job full time. Shearer has stated he wants a 2 year break after the end of the season.

Surely Glenn Roeder has staked his claim when he can achieve results like he has without the likes of Michael Owen. If we get Owen back for the quarter final we could even be in with a decent chance of beating Chelski after all weve done it not too long ago.

 

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No, No, No and four-times No

 

Knee-jerk reactions that lead to people thinking that Roeder is a worthy long-term replacement are way off line. This bloke got West Ham relegated ffs.

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No, No, No and four-times No

 

Knee-jerk reactions that lead to people thinking that Roeder is a worthy long-term replacement are way off line.  This bloke got West Ham relegated ffs.

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Tbf they were already down before he took over, but you are right in saying this suggestion is knee-jerk. We need to wait until the so called "honey-moon" period is over before we make a judgement.

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No, No, No and four-times No

 

Knee-jerk reactions that lead to people thinking that Roeder is a worthy long-term replacement are way off line.  This bloke got West Ham relegated ffs.

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Agreed.

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No, No, No and four-times No

 

Knee-jerk reactions that lead to people thinking that Roeder is a worthy long-term replacement are way off line.  This bloke got West Ham relegated ffs.

101008[/snapback]

 

Tbf they were already down before he took over, but you are right in saying this suggestion is knee-jerk. We need to wait until the so called "honey-moon" period is over before we make a judgement.

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Eh?

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No, No, No and four-times No

 

Knee-jerk reactions that lead to people thinking that Roeder is a worthy long-term replacement are way off line.  This bloke got West Ham relegated ffs.

101008[/snapback]

 

Tbf they were already down before he took over, but you are right in saying this suggestion is knee-jerk. We need to wait until the so called "honey-moon" period is over before we make a judgement.

101010[/snapback]

 

Eh?

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Read Sima's post again, West Ham were virtually down before Roeder took over.

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No, No, No and four-times No

 

Knee-jerk reactions that lead to people thinking that Roeder is a worthy long-term replacement are way off line.  This bloke got West Ham relegated ffs.

101008[/snapback]

 

Tbf they were already down before he took over, but you are right in saying this suggestion is knee-jerk. We need to wait until the so called "honey-moon" period is over before we make a judgement.

101010[/snapback]

 

Eh?

101021[/snapback]

 

Read Sima's post again, West Ham were virtually down before Roeder took over.

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Even though he took them to 7th the year before?

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No, No, No and four-times No

 

Knee-jerk reactions that lead to people thinking that Roeder is a worthy long-term replacement are way off line.  This bloke got West Ham relegated ffs.

101008[/snapback]

 

Tbf they were already down before he took over, but you are right in saying this suggestion is knee-jerk. We need to wait until the so called "honey-moon" period is over before we make a judgement.

101010[/snapback]

 

Eh?

101021[/snapback]

 

Read Sima's post again, West Ham were virtually down before Roeder took over.

101026[/snapback]

 

Even though he took them to 7th the year before?

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Really I could be thinking of Watford, but I'm sure it was West Ham. Does he have the qualifications to manage for that length of time?

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No, No, No and four-times No

 

Knee-jerk reactions that lead to people thinking that Roeder is a worthy long-term replacement are way off line.  This bloke got West Ham relegated ffs.

101008[/snapback]

 

Tbf they were already down before he took over, but you are right in saying this suggestion is knee-jerk. We need to wait until the so called "honey-moon" period is over before we make a judgement.

101010[/snapback]

 

Eh?

101021[/snapback]

 

Read Sima's post again, West Ham were virtually down before Roeder took over.

101026[/snapback]

 

Even though he took them to 7th the year before?

101028[/snapback]

 

Really I could be thinking of Watford, but I'm sure it was West Ham. Does he have the qualifications to manage for that length of time?

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He did before they brought in that rule change about coaching badges.

 

Wikipedia:

 

West Ham had a slow start to the 2001-02 season and manager Glenn Roeder was under immense pressure from fans who were calling for him to be sacked. But he responded by turning the club's fortunes around and guiding them to a seventh-place finish in the final table, just one place short of European qualification - although there was a 12-point gap between West Ham and sixth-placed Chelsea. Had West Ham been more consistent over the season, then UEFA Cup or even Champions League qualification could have been achieved.

 

The summer of 2002-03 did not bode well for the season ahead. Despite a glaring need for squad reinforcements, the only positive transfer activity involved Irish international Gary Breen signing on a free transfer. He was later to be reviled as one of the poorest players ever to wear the West Ham shirt. Another poor start plagued West Ham United through to 2002-03, and this time Roeder was unable to turn things round quickly enough. The Hammers failed to win a single home game until January. After an attack on his home in Essex and shortly after a heart problem he took a leave of absence from the game. 1980 FA Cup final hero Trevor Brooking took over, but despite an upturn in the teams form, they were unable to overhaul Bolton Wanderers and finished 18th in the final table. Their 10-year spell in the Premiership was over.

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No, No, No and four-times No

 

Knee-jerk reactions that lead to people thinking that Roeder is a worthy long-term replacement are way off line.  This bloke got West Ham relegated ffs.

101008[/snapback]

 

Tbf they were already down before he took over, but you are right in saying this suggestion is knee-jerk. We need to wait until the so called "honey-moon" period is over before we make a judgement.

101010[/snapback]

 

Eh?

101021[/snapback]

 

Read Sima's post again, West Ham were virtually down before Roeder took over.

101026[/snapback]

 

Even though he took them to 7th the year before?

101028[/snapback]

 

Really I could be thinking of Watford, but I'm sure it was West Ham. Does he have the qualifications to manage for that length of time?

101029[/snapback]

 

He did before they brought in that rule change about coaching badges.

 

Wikipedia:

 

West Ham had a slow start to the 2001-02 season and manager Glenn Roeder was under immense pressure from fans who were calling for him to be sacked. But he responded by turning the club's fortunes around and guiding them to a seventh-place finish in the final table, just one place short of European qualification - although there was a 12-point gap between West Ham and sixth-placed Chelsea. Had West Ham been more consistent over the season, then UEFA Cup or even Champions League qualification could have been achieved.

 

The summer of 2002-03 did not bode well for the season ahead. Despite a glaring need for squad reinforcements, the only positive transfer activity involved Irish international Gary Breen signing on a free transfer. He was later to be reviled as one of the poorest players ever to wear the West Ham shirt. Another poor start plagued West Ham United through to 2002-03, and this time Roeder was unable to turn things round quickly enough. The Hammers failed to win a single home game until January. After an attack on his home in Essex and shortly after a heart problem he took a leave of absence from the game. 1980 FA Cup final hero Trevor Brooking took over, but despite an upturn in the teams form, they were unable to overhaul Bolton Wanderers and finished 18th in the final table. Their 10-year spell in the Premiership was over.

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Ok fair enough, must be thinking of someone else.

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This article is right, but what it fails to add is that the chief cause of their relegation was probably the fact that West Ham sold all their best players, due to having a good chairman better than Fred ie Carrick, Johnson, Defoe, Ferdinand, Sinclair, Cole.

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This article is right, but what it fails to add is that the chief cause of their relegation was probably the fact that West Ham sold all their best players, due to having a good chairman better than Fred ie Carrick, Johnson, Defoe, Ferdinand, Sinclair, Cole.

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Defoe, Cole, Johnson & Carrick where all there when West Ham went down Edited by Jonny2J

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This article is right, but what it fails to add is that the chief cause of their relegation was probably the fact that West Ham sold all their best players, due to having a good chairman better than Fred ie Carrick, Johnson, Defoe, Ferdinand, Sinclair, Cole.

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Myth. Ferdinand apart, who left a good long time before (i.e. before they finished 7th), all those players went down with them before leaving.

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This article is right, but what it fails to add is that the chief cause of their relegation was probably the fact that West Ham sold all their best players, due to having a good chairman better than Fred ie Carrick, Johnson, Defoe, Ferdinand, Sinclair, Cole.

101037[/snapback]

 

Myth. Ferdinand apart, who left a good long time before (i.e. before they finished 7th), all those players went down with them before leaving.

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Hmmmm.....can't say exactly how many had gone and stayed then but it was certainly a club in turmoil behind the scenes, and needing money to develop the ground etc, with lots of those players wanting to leave or about to leave [for those reasons]

 

http://www.sporting-heroes.net/football-he...1&CurrentPage=3

 

actual notable players left/sold during 2002-03 were Kanoute, Johnson, Cole,

Dailly, Di Canio, Camara, Sinclair

 

Carrick, James and Defoe after being relegated.

Edited by LeazesMag

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