Stories emerged from the national press this morning suggesting that the former Chelsea boss had been linked to the job although the published story appeared to be the only one doing so.
Ot added that 57, would be a high-profile replacement and his teams play with the kind of style and flair that would be welcomed by fans.
And of course it pointed out that the board have not explained whether it is time for a change ahead of their last season at Upton Park and before they move to the Olympic Stadium.
However, ClaretandHugh was told: “Glenn Hoddle is not one of those we are looking at. He would not be a runner should the club decide to make the change. It is another guess. Glenn’s name has not been mentioned.”
Everything we are hearing at this site is that Allardyce will not be offered a new deal but the board are still considering such as Marcelo Bielsa and David Moyes.