Bilic’s uncertain future has put a new story into motion. It is now being reported that David Moyes, the ex-Manchester United and Everton manager is now being considered for the position of a manager at West Ham until the end of the season. Moyes whose last assignment was in charge of Sunderland until the club got relegated will be eager to return to Premier League action.
Managerial-sack is a term that has become so common that is almost casually attached to any manager passing through a lean patch and a story develops around it. However, it still remains the most sought-after job simply because it offers a glamour very few jobs can. The manager sets the club with his plans and strategies and devises tactics.
He is the one who shoulders the blame when something goes wrong and reaps the success of the club when things go right. If he is successful, he becomes the hero but if he fails to deliver, he is simply sacked for the next man with a message of formal gratitude. His previous record, image, abilities all are left out of consideration as nothing is considered when the sack comes.
Slaven Bilic, the West Ham United gaffer has seen his team get off to a shaky start this season. Saturday’s 1-4 humiliation at the hands of Liverpool has only complicated matters further. The result comes on the back of whimsical 2-2 draw where West Ham meekly surrendered their two-goal lead to bottom-placed Crystal Palace.
The surprising comeback win against Tottenham Hotspur in the London derby in the Carabao Cup may provide Bilic with some respite but it will surely be temporary. Unless he continues to change the fortune which has dropped at an alarming rate it is looking gloomy for his future at West Ham United. Bilic needs to find a new formula soon to bring his side back to winning ways in the league. Otherwise, we might as well see the fourth sack of the season.
West Ham currently sit just one point above the drop zone and Bilic has confirmed the uncertainty over his future by admitting that he has to talk to the manager. Moyes would definitely be a logical, experienced choice for the position. The Scot has managed three different clubs in the Premier League with his highest level of achievement being the man to succeed Sir Alex Ferguson at Old Trafford and his longest stint being with Everton for eleven years.
But is he the right man for the Hammers?
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