West Ham: ‘Like My Dreams’
Slaven Bilic Leaves West Ham
47 year old former Besiktas and now West ham Manager Slaven Bilic has left his position as manager at the London Stadium. After sending west ham to 7th place after they were predicted to finish lower midtable last season. Slaven said ‘After finishing so high in the last season and having us lose our star player I realised that we would be in really big trouble this year so I asked the owners if I could be released.’ He also went on to say ‘After having such a good season at the Boleyn Ground last season I am sad to go but I realise I have done as much as I possibly can for this club and it’s time for me to move on to new ventures’
With West Ham United moving into the London Stadium in the 2016/17 season and currently having no manager. David Gold and David Sullivan will have their work cut out trying to find a replacement in time for the first Europa League qualifier on the 27th of July against Romanian side FC Vitorul. And having to replace Dimitri Payet at the club if they are to have any sort of chance in the new season.
The fans favourite for the role is Italian Paolo DiCanio, with Gold also saying he is eyeing up Garry Monk or Alan Pardew for the role, the latter being most likely because of his history with the club. But the bookies have a surprising underdog in Mitchell Owen who has never managed a club before but has had Coaching and Assistant manager roles at higher level championship teams and is currently looking into his first job in management.
Will West ham find the manager to take them in the right direction will they run out of time and inevitably collapse and plummet down the table. Will they find a suitable replacement for Payet and will they go further than last year in the Europa League? All questions that will be answered in the next few months.
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