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West Ham: Like My Dreams

Started on 27 March 2017 by Mr_Mojp
Latest Reply on 2 April 2017 by mgriffin2012
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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.

That's the start of my new story. I hope you all like it and hope you enjoy the story.
Who will be the new manager then? Interested to find out. Good luck mate!
Amazing start man!!! Hope to see this story grow and someday be part of the Story of the Month nominations.
So long Slaven! Good start man, looking forward to seeing where this goes!

Mitchell Owen announced as new West Ham manager

With Slaven Bilic leaving the club in early June going into Germany to manage Wolfsburg. West Ham had to find a replacement quickly so that they could and they found a replacement in the unknown Mitchell Owen.

Karen Brady has announced recently that the 43-year-old Mitchell Owen from Essex. On 41K a week. ‘It is my pleasure to introduce the new west ham Manager Mitchell Owen’ she said, ‘We know that he has never managed at a club as big as us before however we are confident that he is capable of taking our club to the next level, and he has full support from the club.’

With the Fairly unknown coming in at the beginning of July he has less than one month before his first competitive game in the Europa League. ‘I believe that we can do very well this season. Unfortunately, we have got a lot of big injuries at the club to all our strikers which is unfortunate, however other than that I have inherited a particularly good squad from Bilic and I believe with some small additions in a few positions we can do very well this season.’ Mitchell said.

He went on to say ‘It has always been a dream for me and I’m hoping that my dreams don’t fade and die this season as I really want to take this club as far as I possibly can. I also plan on bringing in a variety of different players some of which may be younger and more for the future and some of them will be for now. But we may need to sell to bring in more’

With Mitchell starting today and stating that his players with must prove themselves that they are worthy of a space in his team or they could be gone. And trying to bring in as many youngsters as he feels he needs. The future is looking bright for West Ham.

That’s it for this update. I hope you enjoyed it. Reply if you have any player tips or advice.
Congrats on the job!!
Good luck at the Hammers man! Hopefully you can use the London Stadium to your advantage unlike West Ham have IRL!

Europa League Qualifiers, and Transfers

Great matches there and you have some good signings. Also good recaps on the game.
Have to agree, fantastic reports on the games and some good results at that too.
Great match reports mate and some good results too!
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Premier League start.

Going into the first match of the season we were predicted to finish 10th in the Premier League. Obviously I’m hoping we can finish higher than that but depending on how well we do In the Europa League because he have good squad depth but not the best strength in depth. The three BPL matches we had to start the season were Crystal Palace at home, Arsenal away and Hull City at home. Before the month I was expecting us to get at least 6 points from them three games with Arsenal being the hardest match for us.

However with our next games were pretty important games with three tough games against Manchester city 6 games next month versus, Manchester City, Inter, Liverpool, Stoke, Bournemouth and Olexandryia. The toughest one most likely being Manchester City, Obviously.

That’s the update for today. We got off to a good start to the season being undefeated in Six games. Also I’d like to apologise for not having an update yesterday I was super busy. I will try to get these out more frequently now.
A strong start to the campaign mate, hopefully the sign of things to come!

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