West Ham United manager Sam Allardyce’s time in charge of the club could come to an end if his team fail to perform against Tottenham Hotspur with relegation still a looming possibility, Mirror reports.
A poll by central figures at the club revealed that 77% of the current supporters want to see their manager leave as they begin to get restless before the season’s end.
The Hammers face Manchester City on the final day of the league and many supporters believe to grab points against Manuel Pellegrini’s side could be a near impossible task.
With an encounter against Tottenham coming up, this is the only remaining chance Big Sam has of trying to save both his job and his team.
The club will make a final decision Allardyce’s future when the season comes to a close, with the gaffer confirming he will not walk out on the club while in the last year of his contract.
Winston Reid, the club’s defender, came out to explain what he believes to be a problem: “We just can’t really score goals at the moment and we are conceding so it is not really the best. We have to start putting away our chances.
“That is two games where we haven’t scored now, while we also should have done better with West Brom’s goal, so all in all we are not really hitting our best form.
“At least we are creating our chances, but we are not finishing them off.”