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Alan 7:13 Thu Apr 4
New manager next season? Surely not.
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From France: West Ham have ‘concretely positioned themselves’ to hire a new manager for next season

Manuel Pellegrini certainly isn’t doing too bad a job at West Ham.

The club would certainly like to be higher than the 11th in the Premier League they find themselves in, but it doesn’t feel like there are serious or immediate doubts around his future.

Another summer settling the squad, and Pellegrini can hope for much more from his Hammers team next season.

But, according to France’s RMC, the English club have got a man in mind should they decide to part ways with the Chilean coach.

It’s claimed West Ham have ‘concretely positioned themselves’ for Lyon manager Bruno Genesio.

His future has been under some doubt as the French club’s president plays media games over who will be in charge next summer. Jean-Michel Aulas has clearly enjoyed all the attention the doubt over the position brings, but it can’t be much fun for Genesio.

That’s why the manager has taken on Pini Zahavi, to make sure he’s got options for next season. RMC say that West Ham, and Newcastle for that matter, have moved closer to the agent in recent weeks.

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nychammer 8:09 Sun Apr 7
Re: New manager next season? Surely not.
Ridiculous that we would be looking to get rid so soon.

Unless MP has seen our transfer budget and thrown those towel in.

Far Cough 10:52 Sat Apr 6
Re: New manager next season? Surely not.
D B Cooper, that name rings a bell, wonder where that money went? :-)

D.B Cooper 10:39 Sat Apr 6
Re: New manager next season? Surely not.
Whoever the manager is we need a major clear out. He has had enough time to sort us out but who knows what shit he has to deal with behind the scenes with those two bob cunts in charge. Warrants another season in my book, however if Benitez is available then I would be tempted to make the change.

jakehammer 11:49 Fri Apr 5
Re: New manager next season? Surely not.
moyes would never have got this lot playing the exciting football they played ,admittedly on so few occasions.
get the shit wage stealers out and replace them with harder working players and the whole setup will change for the better imo.

In El Pell i still trust.

Jasnik 6:30 Fri Apr 5
Re: New manager next season? Surely not.
Well McClaren is looking for another job

pdbis 6:21 Fri Apr 5
Re: New manager next season? Surely not.
Give him another season unless we start the season as badly as this one.

stepney hammer 5:05 Fri Apr 5
Re: New manager next season? Surely not.
Eric Hitchmoe 4:24 Fri Apr 5

Or he's asked for another 100m and been told instead to get a tune out of the expensive players on big wages he's already brought in first?

If he thinks that's reason enough to walk then I'm happy for him to go.

Eric Hitchmoe 4:24 Fri Apr 5
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"Iron Duke 2:16 Fri Apr 5
It would be ridiculous to replace him after one season. He's done okay and should be allowed to build something."

Unless he has decided to walk in the summer over broken promises or just general laugh-out-loud amatureness. He's gone from working for very professional, driven people to our ex-porn barons. I certainly wouldn't put it past Del Boy and Grandad to have majorly fucked this up.

Iron Duke 2:16 Fri Apr 5
Re: New manager next season? Surely not.
It would be ridiculous to replace him after one season. He's done okay and should be allowed to build something.

Chigwell 2:11 Fri Apr 5
Re: New manager next season? Surely not.
He may like entertaining football but he doesn't seem capable of motivating many of the players to simply try harder when the going gets tough. Maybe we have made the wrong signings, because plenty of clubs with less money than us to spend seem to get more loyalty from their playing staff. If he can't do the man management bit he should go.

Percy Dalton 11:08 Fri Apr 5
Re: New manager next season? Surely not.
They won't sack him 15m compo sorts that out but there's every chance he'll jack it in and move to a bigger club with a bigger profile than us.
The Arnoutavic saga has gone deeper than we think IMHO.

gph 10:56 Fri Apr 5
Re: New manager next season? Surely not.
Can't see this being true, unless managing West Ham has turned a spritely 65 year old into a worn-out nearly 66 year old

Oh dear 10:56 Fri Apr 5
Re: New manager next season? Surely not.
TM I know I risk your wrath by posting the following, but this ain't on them.

Whatever the reason(s) it is not the owners.

Brady is still a cunt though, but I blame the fucker that employs her.

Coffee 10:44 Fri Apr 5
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teacoffeeteacoffee 10:43 Fri Apr 5

Exactly. Stupid story.

teacoffeeteacoffee 10:43 Fri Apr 5
Re: New manager next season? Surely not.
Never heard of the Lyon guy and besides Pellegrini needs 2 more windows to flush the shit out and build.

Cheezey Bell-End 10:39 Fri Apr 5
Re: New manager next season? Surely not.
he deserves another season, or at least to begin it.

Russ of the BML 10:32 Fri Apr 5
Re: New manager next season? Surely not.
Just us being used again to give the bloke some press.

Russ of the BML 10:32 Fri Apr 5
Re: New manager next season? Surely not.
This is bollocks.

Takashi Miike 10:22 Fri Apr 5
Re: New manager next season? Surely not.
you noticed the one constant factor with all these failing managers? gold, sullivan & brady. the sooner they fuck off, the better

Oh dear 10:11 Fri Apr 5
Re: New manager next season? Surely not.
It hard to see such a high profile manager being relieved of his duties so early into his tenure, but fuck me we are a fucking appalling football team. I wouldn’t sack him, but if someone who actually has some skin in the game could quite easily take that option.

Sydney_Iron 10:10 Fri Apr 5
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AnotherDay_SameShit 9:47 Fri Apr 5

No of course he isnt unsackable but do you honestly think we would give him the boot for this frog with experience at ONE club in the French League?

Hows the move up Norf going BTW, Chaing Mai is it?

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