fake news or truth?

being reported today in the media that west ham are lining up Roberto Mancini to replace bilic if the team keep underperforming...truth? or just a nice headline because he was at the game on Wednesday who knows these days.....personally even if we did get rid of slav in the summer I don't think Mancini would be a good fit but that's only M.O. and the windows shut but guess what we are willing to pay £16million for joe hart lol got to love all this nonsense though some here do not

Dicks is the man's picture

no no no no no.

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Whether it's Benitez or Mancini they will expect more from the board than bilic

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Bondsy's picture

All the time the board (David Sullivan in particular) keep looking for bargains rather than quality players we will stay mid table rather than challenge for a top spot.
We were lucky last season with a bargain in Payet and he was the reason we challenged until fading away in the last few games. He was one out of the many many signings who have come and gone under the two Davids and just not been good enough!
Realistically we have a squad capable of 7th or 8th at best and until Sullivan stops looking into the bargain basement and goes for that marquee signing he has been going on about these last 4 seasons we will remain mid table and not challenge for that elusive champions league spot that they want us to believe is their target!!!
Despite who the manager is!!!

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burkie's picture

Champions league spot ? What at darts ?

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moore 6 legend's picture

Spot on bondsy,linked with silk end up with cotton..

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plaistow-man's picture

As Mancini used to manage City I will leave it there.

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Deluded Hammer's picture

Was in the posh stands with a certain Martin O'Neill not so long ago. Mind you....they were both laughing.

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moore2come's picture

Love to see MON at the helm

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