West Ham United fans have been very vocal about the club’s recent results in the Premier League, and they are far from happy.
The East London outfit have picked up just seven points from a possible 21 and they currently reside two points above the relegation zone.
As expected, manager Slaven Bilic has taken the brunt of the criticism, with some fans keen to see the Croatian leave before his contract expires this summer.
The managerial merry-go-round is common in modern-day football, but it seems that the West Ham boss has been handed a lifeline.
According to The Mirror, the club’s hierarchy have decided to give Bilic the season before making a call on his future.
A number of fans have since expressed their discontent at this development.
Dont think so ,Board cannot allow us to get in a relegation position. They will probably leave it too late but this rubbish cannot continue
— Mike Austin (@mikeaustin1404) October 2, 2017
Your kidding right? Do they watch the games blindfolded? They've had over 2 years to work out that. It's the usual farce of no pay offs
— Daniel Crawley (@Danwhu28) October 1, 2017
Also known as i don't want to pay severance!
dg talking to ds " if I was any tighter I would form my own vacuum"
— Craft Beer Me (@craftbeerninja) October 2, 2017
Exact same senario as Alladyces last season…manager himself,coaches an players know he won't be here so jolly up till may. #DildosOut
— Dr. Dick Splash (@WHU_80) October 2, 2017
I love the fella but we can bring in carlo ancelotti and move forward
— Bradley Cullen (@MrBradleyCullen) October 1, 2017
Mediocre season awaits… Yet again for hammers fans. Mid table with slight relegation fight, no league cup and no fa cup. Tired of existing
— ADAM Leatherbarrow (@_LDESIGN) October 2, 2017
Avram Grant all over again
— John Ruby (@XxjayarexX) October 2, 2017
I think its time to show the owner we as fans get what we want and do a walk out of a game owners r so thick
— ddas (@TheHammerSmithy) October 1, 2017
After the international break, the Hammers will take on Burnley, Brighton and Crystal Palace before the end of October.
So far, the team have managed to find the back of the net seven times in league fixtures and have conceded 13.