Upton Park boss on the way out?
Despite helping West Ham to a solid Premier League footing, the East London side sitting in eighth place, it appears boss Sam Allardyce is living on borrowed time at Upton Park according to the Telegraph.
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The gruff 60 year old manager is out of contract at the end of the current campaign and as yet no talks have been scheduled for a new deal.
This source believes that co-owners David Gold and David Sullivan have earmarked moved to replace Allardydce with former Man United boss David Moyes, currently in charge of La Liga side Real Sociedad, or former Hammers favourite Slaven Bilic.
It would be incredibly harsh if West Ham looked to move Allardyce on though it’s fair to say the former Bolton man has enjoyed a fairly up and down relationship with the club’s fans over the past three and a half years.