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‘Board meeting’ update as grim mood deepens

Gold sullivan BradyDespite widespread reports, West Ham are NOT holding an emergency board meeting today to decide whether Slaven Bilic should be sacked!

Speculation has been swirling around since last night’s shock result that Bilic could be out of work by the weekend as a result of such a meeting.

It was first promoted last night but just as that was not the case last night nor is such a meeting being held today. As explained here, David Gold is currently away on a winter break in the Caribbean and no board meeting would be held without him so that is not going to happen.

However, with the club in shock after Friday night’s defeat, the mood inside the club is grim and the games against Spurs and Palace will do little to save Bilic win, lose or draw.

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7 comments on “‘Board meeting’ update as grim mood deepens

  1. Skype – problem solved.

  2. Have they never heard of conference calls?

  3. If there’s no emergency board meeting after last nights debacle, there never will be, maybe they really are to tight to pay his contract and move him on..

  4. Perhaps they will promote Jack Sullivan to caretaker manager

  5. This is only my impression but now that we have played 4 at home haven’t we had quite an easy fixture list? Only Spurs (home) & Man U that could be seen as really tough. If we delay any longer sorting the mess out another winnable one (CP) will pass by, joining Swansea, Southampton, Brighton, Huddersfield, WBA, Newcastle, Burnley. They were talking a lot of rubbish on Sky last night about how we had improved in October. Better results but no real change as last night showed. But no need to actually do anything apparently. What a shambles.

  6. Just out the board and bilic, we need a fresh start in both areas I’m afraid. All the west Ham fans arguing is symptomatic of our problems from above. Yes slaven has been poor, but so has our board, we need to unite on this. Gsb and bilic out.

  7. Just out the board? Have you got a spare 500 mill laying around then?

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