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Fortunes Always Hiding: West Ham United

Started on 10 November 2017 by Mr_Mojp / First Post
Latest Reply on 12 November 2017 by mgriffin2012 / Last Post
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Fortunes always Hiding


So I’m gonna try and actually write a story again as I haven’t done any, or completed any in ages, so I’m starting with my beloved West Ham United.




Slaven Bilic leaves West Ham


After an amazing final season at the Boleyn Ground in the 2015/16 Season and a mid table finish in the 2016/17 season Slaven Bilic has left his role as manager at the London Stadium today. Bringing in a lot of signings during the pre season with players like Arnautovic and Pablo Zabaletta, Joe hart and former Manchester United and Real Madrid striker Javier Hernandez after a good two season in Germany.

We spoke to Slaven Bilic after he resigned from the club with him saying ‘I feel like I have done all I can for the club, I wanted to get them into the London stadium and try to improve on our 7th place finish, unfortunately we had a terrible season at home and we couldn’t make out home ground a fortress like I was hoping, with a lot of fans being disappointed with last season I have bought in some class players and then the board refused to sign some of the players I wanted so I decided it’s best we part ways’

After Bilic’s Resignation from the club fans are already speculating over who will replace him at the club, with Alan Pardew, David Moyes and Rafa Benitez as the leading candidates for the vacant role. With West Ham fans wanting a better season than last who will take over at the helm at The London Stadium, will they get the backing from the board and will West Hams second season at the new ground be better for the west ham faithful this year.
Good luck to whoever replaces Bilic at the London Stadium, they might just need it!
Interesting to see who will take over, David Moyes perhaps? :P

West Ham United Shock Reveal


The Barclays Premier League, and West Ham fans, are in shock as virtually unknown manager Mitchell Pavitt has come into the managerial role after former favourites for the role refused the contract offers, with Alan Pardew looking elsewhere and Rafa Benitez staying in Newcastle United.
When we spoke to Pavitt after the shock reveal he had the following to say. ‘It has always been a dream of mine to manage West Ham as I have been a fan of them my whole life, since the early 2000s. I want to bring this club to the heights it deserves to be at’ He also went onto to say ‘I have inherited a very good squad with some great players, some phenomenal youth products and with a little bit more depth we could be a force to be reckoned with this season.’
With Mitchell only coaching before taking on his role at the club, and west ham having a bad season last year, how well will they do this year? Will they survive the drop? And will his lack of inexperience cause issues within the club before the season starts?
So long as he keeps blowin bubbles I'm sure the hammers will take to him just fine

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