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Manager Prandelli in West Ham link

Former Italy national team manager Cesare Prandell is being linked with a move to East London to take over from Manuel Pellegrini.

Despite beating Southampton  there is still pressure on the Chilean and according to Sport Witness, Prandelli has become a possible for the Hammers.

Quoting Italian Newspaper, La Nazione, Sporting Witness says Prandelli could end up joining the team and being a part of English football quite soon.

The paper claims that we have sent a proposal to the 62 year old over recent hours altough that sounds a tad premature given the circumstances..

Prandelli is said to be  ‘tempted’ by the offer but he is also considering a return to to Fiorentina having managed the club between 2005-10 before moving on to the national team job and later Galatasaray, Valencia, Al Nasr and  Genoa.

However, Pellegrni – with Fabianski and Lanzini on the way back will certainly get the Boxing Day match against Palace and Leicester on the 28th.

 

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3 comments on “Manager Prandelli in West Ham link

  1. Please no.
    He was sacked by genoa in june after winning just four out of twenty four games.
    He has managed more clubs than i have had hot dinners.
    If this is true i’d rather keep pellegrini

  2. The fatal damaging of managers is incredibly unprofessional. We had it with Zola, Grant and Allardyce where they limped on. The next comment will no doubt be via KB in the Sun
    Either support Pellegrini or do not but this approach will hardly help the dressing room.
    Bring back Moyes and forget his signings were Hugill and Mario
    Now Pellegrini has stumbled in to playing two up front, Fornals is finding form and Fab is returning leave things as they are

  3. Yes, but he’s in his 60s and managed 4 clubs in the last 5 years, so it must be true!

    Perhaps the only thing against him is that he may not demand enough money!

    As for Pellegrini, good results are obviously important, but, so is the ability to identify suitable recruits. Neither he nor his oppo seems to have that ability.

    The owners are no doubt in a quandary whether to go for another short-term past ‘winner’ (of ANYthing), or someone younger, with premier league experience and a vision for the longer-term prosperity of the football club.

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