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Managerial Merry-Go-Round

Could West Ham United Football Club be about to herald a change in the managerial role!

The reason we ask is that the Sunday press are stoking the fires with regards to West Ham having not opened up contact talks with Sam Allardyce, something that is given an air of mystery to it by the fact that his contract is up this year.

One inference being that our co-owners Gold ad Sullivan, are waiting to see if we can stave off the threat of relegation before a decision is made on Big Sam`s future.

However, they`ve not been slow in putting forward the name of a possible successor to Big Sam. With Paulo Di Canio far from happy at the goings on at Swindon Town but having used the County Ground to establish a reputation as a more than decent up and coming manager, the Italian is seen as a possible incumbent of the managerial role at Upton Park.

What are your thoughts on a managerial change, of this nature, if it is forced upon us?




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Writer: Rossy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday February 10 2013

Time: 11:18AM

 

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