West Ham manager Sam Allardyce should be replaced by David Moyes

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Moyes in for Allardyce at West Ham: A good idea?

Date: 4th September 2014 at 6:47pm
Written by Jack Pinnock

Since the 2011/2012 season when Sam Allardyce took over West Ham after their relegation to the Championship, the former Bolton manager has come under heavy scrutiny from the fans, despite guiding them to promotion and keeping them in England’s top flight for the third season in a row. Quite a feat with the managerial merry-go-round an unpredictable theme, year after year, not just in the Premier League, but in all four divisions in the country. But with calls for Big Sam’s head being made from all four corners of the Boleyn Ground and a vast amount of managers available, why are the owners ignoring the demands of the fans? With the 2014/2015 Premier league season well and truly under way, a more attacking style and attractive brand of football was instructed by the club’s ... Read More

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