The West Ham fans in the Transfer Tavern are divided on the matter of Slaven Bilic’s future…
The Croatian has been walking a tightrope at the London Stadium for the best part of a year now, with the Hammers’ form failing to reach the heights of his early days in charge of the club.
They’ve started the 2017/18 season fairly poorly, and unsurprisingly, talk of a potential sacking is rife amongst the fans in the pub.
Up until now, though, a lack of alternatives has seen most supporters keep the faith, but a recent major sacking has changed that mindset. Carlo Ancelotti was sacked as Bayern Munich boss this week, and the Daily Mail have already speculated that the Hammers could move for him.
It’s a move that would certainly generate a lot of excitement. He’s highly experienced and trophy-laden, and that could make him the perfect fit.
Unsurprisingly, West Ham fans on Twitter are eager for this to happen, with supporters unanimous in their desire to bring him in if Bilic is moved on…
OHHHHH YESSSSS!! WELCOME TO WEST HAM CARLO ANCELOTTI!! https://t.co/JtG0WZEfOo
— West Ham Central (@WestHam_Central) September 28, 2017
Carlo Ancelotti has been sacked by Bayern Munich.
If our board care and have any ambition, then they should go all out for him.
— West Ham Fan Zone (@WHUFCFZ) September 28, 2017
Ancelotti to West Ham?! Could be big.
— Claus Vistesen (@ClausVistesen) September 29, 2017
West Ham must move fast on Ancelotti or lose out to someone like Everton.he who hesitates is lost!
— jockney (@dmwalker70) September 29, 2017
Would take Carlo Ancelotti at West Ham any day
So if West Ham's owners are as ambitious as they claim to be why aren't they lining up a ridiculously high contract for Ancelotti.
— Craig. (@CD92_) September 28, 2017
Ancelotti 4 West Ham anybody ?
— Jason Daley McIntosh (@j4se1972) September 28, 2017
Sack Bilic and get Ancelotti NOW.
— West Ham Central (@WestHam_Central) September 28, 2017Like what the TT have on offer? Sign up for more notifications!
I'd love Ancelotti at West Ham. Owners teenage son sitting in on meetings could be a stumbling block though
— Matt Drury (@mattdrury4) September 28, 2017
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