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Stability is the Word!

Stability is the Word!

With the newspapers intent on doing their utmost to further destabilize a rocky ship, the club are doing their best to ignore any scurrilous rumours being printed.

Firstly, they moved quickly to dismiss any talk that Billy Davies was being lined up to replace Sam Allardyce and hot on the heels of the intimation, yesterday, relating to the former Cardiff City boss, Malky Mackay, taking over at Upton Park, our co-owners have moved very quickly to confirm that Sam Allardyce will be in the West Ham United Football Club hot-seat at least until the end of the season.

Sam may not be the most popular of West Ham managers but, in our current predicament, stability is definitely what we need not a rush of blood to the head!



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Writer:Rossy
Date:Monday January 13 2014
Time: 1:02PM

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Not the biggest Sam fan, he gives the impression that there is no plan B, but the board are keeping with him so lets use the money to buy players. We are all fickle so a couple of wins and then all this will be forgotten!
Michael Crofts
13/01/2014 14:11:00
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