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Bilic admits job pressure

Slaven-Bilic-Football365Slaven Bilic has finally admitted that the constant pressure  over his job has got to him at various times.

It’s the first time the manager has reacted against the non stop speculation over his position after suffering it most of last season and this.

With bookies installing sacked Carlo Ancelotti as  at just 10/1 to be the next Hammers boss, Bilic was moved to express his feelings.

He said: “Sometimes you laugh, sometimes you are angry, sometimes you are down and other times it makes you more motivated.

“It affects you. Of course it does. You are human.

“I can’t moan about my job. I am only fed up talking about it. It is part of the job and of course I want to get out of this situation.

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  1. I do not wish to make a comment on the future of Slav Bilic, since I am not privy to what happens at training, team talks, etc.
    That said, West Ham have 4 ‘relatively easier’ games (Swansea, Burnley, Brighton, and Palace), before we face Liverpool. One would ideally expect 12 points from these four games, but even 10 points would suffice.
    Anything less must be viewed as a lack of progression, especially with Lanzini, Antonio, Obiang, and Fernandes likely to be available for at least 3 of these 4 games.
    Swansea no longer have Gyffi Sigurddson to drive them, so one might expect a solid win against Swansea.

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