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Curbishley is talking to west ham today according to a women i know at Chelsea

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Paul Jewell is next West Ham boss....FACT

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according to the BBC web site he has been aproached and he said 'he would find the job very hard to turn down' full story here

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God Ken, you just know too much!! i retract my Paul Jewell statement and i'm sticking with Ken.

Curbs is the next Wesr ham boss.....FACT

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the anouncement of Curbishley is due tonight or tomorrow morning at the latest

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in all honesty what has he actually achieved in managment,fair enough he got charlton in the premiership and kept them there but when they should of pushed on and got into europe at least 3 times after being in a good position the team rapidly went downhill,i think it could be a bad appointment in the end.

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the only reasuring thing is Charltons colapse since he left. amybe with money he can do something but personaly i dont think he is any better than Pardew

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sven would of been the better appointment,proven at club level with some mediocre teams

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sven would of been the better appointment,proven at club level with some mediocre teams


I agree but Ericsson will never get a fair chance to manage in this country again, the media will always be out to get him.

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maybe so,but would of been interesting seeing as apparantly 75% of the newspaper columnists are supposedly west ham fans

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It'll be Sven.

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sven would be an awful choice. his style of football doesnt fit in with the way west ham play. yes he is a great manager but his style wouldnt fit in. it will be Curbs, i would have liked to see Slaven Bilic get it

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sven played with the resources that were available to him,silly mistakes and top players discipline more or less f*cked it for him.As a club manager his record is impeccable and some of his signings had been very good,he bought alot of flair players while with lazio,sampdoria and port(i think it was porto anyway)

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and then promptly got the team one nil up and defended the lead. he manages like an Italian that isnt what the hammers need.

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BBC says Curbs will be unveiled at a press conference at 3

i hope they actually unveil him. drape him in a curtain and then rip it off like a magician. i would find it amusing if nothing else

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Curbishley would be an idiot to take it now. Pardew is the better manager, if Curbs wanted the job he should have taken it when Roeder left and he had nothing to live up to.

Okay, recent form has been poor but look at what's been going on behind Pardew. His record at Reading and in the 3 seasons we've had him has been good. First season - play off final, if we hadn't had a run of 5 draws when he started we would have been up automatically. Second season - promotion. Third season - FA Cup finalist (within seconds of winning), top 10 place, qualification for UEFA Cup. Fourth season - shafted by suits as has been the way since the shabby dismissal of John Lyall.

I really find it hard like West Ham these days, to my mind the club is a caricature of the values for which it used to stand. Let's bring some integrity back into our game.

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and then promptly got the team one nil up and defended the lead. he manages like an Italian that isnt what the hammers need.




thats exactly what west ham need!!!

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no its not. west ham play attacking football, they always have.

well its Curbishley

well the press conference has been moved to 3:30

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no its not. west ham play attacking football, they always have.

well its Curbishley

well the press conference has been moved to 3:30


Ken that is why West Ham are never consistent in the league, if you want to win things you have to grind out points.




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