Bastian Schweinsteiger will leave Bayern Munich this summer

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Does this prove he’s the right man to improve West Ham’s style?

Date: 5th June 2014 at 6:41pm
Written by Christy Malyan

Following a Premier League campaign in which West Ham averaged just 1.3 goals per match at home, equating to a rather shocking £25 per goal for the punters, Sam Allardyce will be entering a baptism of fire next season unless he uses the summer transfer window as an opportunity to evolve the Hammers' disturbingly attritional style. A sedated Premier League victory over a 10-man Hull City back in March was met by a rapture of jeering angst around Upton Park, whilst co-chairman David Gold has  reportedly charged the under-fire Hammers boss with the task using a £20million summer warchest to bring in players that will appease the fans by transforming the East Londoners' philosophy into something more commendable. The Boleyn boo-boys will have little faith in Allardyce meeting their demands for a higher quality of football. After all, the 59 year-old has continuously championed his war-like tactics throughout spells at Bolton, Newcastle and Blackburn, and despite three years of continuous uproar from the West Ham fan base regarding their club's playing style, they are yet to receive any evidence that ... Read More


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