Allardyce finally gone!
West Ham United has announced that Sam Alladryce has resigned from the managerial role at the London club. The West Ham United owners David Gold and David Sullivan as arranged a press conference this afternoon. We assume they will explain why 'Fat Sam' has stepped down and there plans for a new manager.
'Fat Sam' hasn't been in the fans best books for the last year as they want to play 'attractive football' that Allardyce couldn't provide to the club. Allardyce one dimensional tactics were just clear the ball to ex-Liverpool striker Andy Carrolls head. When Carroll was injured which was a large majority of last season the Hammers looked simply lost.
Sam Allardyce led the club to the Barclays Premier League after the play-off final win against Blackpool at Wembley Satdium. He also kept them up two seasons which kept he fans happy. The fans began to become comfortable in the top flight and wanted to play better quality football and better value for money transfers. When Allardyce was asked to provide these demands, he ignored them. The fans sent various threatening and abusive mail to the manager.
On a west ham fansite Jack Smith commented 'Yes! Great move by Allardyce, he is finally giving our club a chance to progress. I'd love to see a former player take charge.' Liam Harris also commented 'Thanks for the promotion and keeping us up but we need to progress and that wouldn't of happen if you stayed.'
David Gold 'accidentally' favourited a tweet suggesting that Allardyce is getting the sack, could this be the reason he left? We shall find out in the next couple of hours, stay tuned for the latest!