ClaretandHugh has today launched a new poll into Sam Allardyce’s West Ham future.
The 59 year old’s tenure at the club has been a matter of huge controversy over the last two years with 16 independent websites launching a combined poll last year which saw a majority vote for him to be sacked.
But with the team having made an encouraging start, ClaretandHugh believes that “in the purposes of balance” another should be held now.
Founding editor of ClaretandHugh Hugh Southon said: “Everybody has a view on Sam.
“There’s rarely shades of gray it seems but given the last poll was held at his biggest low we thought it far to hold another now while he’s on a bit of a high.”
The poll at http://www.claretandhugh.info/poll-vote-of-confidence-poll/ simply asks whether he should stay, go or have his position reviewed in January.