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Discussion in 'Southampton' started by tomw24, Jul 21, 2020.
No he won’t. He Bournemouth thru and thru. He tried Burnley remember.
Fantastic win and a great end to the season.
Also, I’m not totally sure as my stream dropped a couple of times, but could it be ‘the match that must not be mentioned’ was in fact not mentioned by the comentators tonight!?
Unfortunately it was but not until near the end of the first half if I remember correctly...
They mentioned it on 4:32 I believe
Mentioned it after 28 words. Typical
Got a feeling he will be at West Ham next season.
Firstly, well played Saints ! - nice to finish the season on a high to take momentum into next season.
As for you Dell1964, I`m not sure what you intend by your ignorant, moronic, unenlightened comments which I`m surprised to read in this forum.
He’s proved he can manage in the top league, and there will be suitors looking out for his availability. West Ham, Newcastle... He might fancy it again the Championship but if he gets offered a job he will leave, IMO.
West Ham aren't sacking Moyes.
They did last time.
I feel Saints made the best use of the lockdown. They looked fitter and better prepared than the teams we played against after the restart.
As a result we came good after a strange season finishing as one of the form teams in the league.
His contract expired, they didn't sack him.
It did feel like a sacking. Wouldn't be surprised if they jettisoned him again.
Ralph > Ron
But still didn’t offer him a contact ......they only got him back in after sacking Manuel Luis Pellegrini Ripamonti.
The point is it didn't cost them any money last time because he was out of contract. They're not going to sack Moyes, who's done a decent job, without giving a go next season.
See my post above, quoting HR.
I'd also say Ralph > Poch though
But they didn’t think he was for them, going forward if West Ham want to move forward with a younger more exciting manager ....then Eddie Howe is their man especially after Bournemouth going down.