West Ham United manager Manuel Pellegrini is not in imminent danger of getting sacked, according to The Mirror.
A feeling of optimism surrounded the London Stadium when Manuel Pellegrini was appointed as the Hammers’ new manager at the end of last season.
The Chilean, who won the Premier League title while in charge of Manchester City, went straight to work by bringing in nine new signings.
However, the ambitiousness in the transfer window has not reflected onto the pitch as the club have lost all four of their top-flight matches so far.
The most recent loss came in the form of a 1-0 defeat to Wolverhampton Wanderers on home soil.
Despite the disastrous start to the season, The Mirror reports that owners David Gold and David Sullivan have no immediate plans to dismiss Pellegrini.
It is easy to make a knee-jerk reaction in this situation, but it would be too hasty from West Ham and co-owners David Gold and David Sullivan to sack Pellegrini after such a short time, and the duo owe it to the fans to give the 64-year-old more time.
The Chilean may be struggling right now but he is not exactly a novice when it comes to coaching in the Premier League.
He spent three years at Man City and guided the club to three trophy wins during that time.
Bringing in a lot of new signings means that they need a few games to gel as a team, so it is important that the Hammers give Pellegrini enough time to allow that.
In a few months, if things have not improved then the owners can reassess the situation.
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