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Slaven Bilic’s analysis of Brighton defeat in his own words

Bilicup“It was a bad performance,” Bilic told sky Sports.

“The goals killed us, the first one very quick. Between the first and second goal we were dominating the game.”

“They defended the box really good and at the end of the first half we conceded from a bit of skill from their player. It is very hard for me to say anything clever in this moment apart from it’s very disappointing.”

“As manager I take full responsibility.”

“The board will do what they are going to do.

“It is their decision. We have been in this situation before and we got out. As a manager you take the credit and as a manager you take the full responsibility. I don’t want to hide.

“I’m not worried. I’m doing my best.”

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7 comments on “Slaven Bilic’s analysis of Brighton defeat in his own words

  1. If that’s ur Best would hate to see ur worst …plse resign. Bilic

  2. Sorry to say it but Bilic’s best is simply not good enough. For me his stubbornness in picking and playing players out of position, and failure to “blood” our youngsters is almost as telling as his tactical nativity. For a manager with a defensive playing background I cannot understand why our defence is so porous. Meantime whoever is in charge of our transfer scouting also needs to be shown an exit door. The high profile signings of Carroll, Zaza, Ayew and Arnautovic, amongst others, have wasted our club’s money and the fans’ patience.
    As to a replacement…who knows…anyone man enough to take it on…can’t imagine anyone in their right mind would want the job, and similarly the board…who would want to buy WHUplc?

  3. Last night the players gave their best.Sorry but if he considers that their best its an insult to everyone associated with West Ham and its time to go.Has lost the crowd.players are grumbling and there is simply no way he can continue.To be honest this should have happened a while ago and i do not know if its the board being loyal or just self destructive.A fresh face needs to breeze in and fire a rocket through the club.There is a good group of players here but they need a complete shake up performance wise and tactically.

  4. The best part of £50m has been totally wasted on both Ayew & Arnautovic, the latter is an embarrassment & not fit to wear the Claret & Blue. Walking around like it’s a sunday afternoon walk in the park. He contributed absolutely nothing since he signed.
    Bilic has to take responsibility for these signings, he told us all that his top targets all signed & he was more than happy!!! how many of his signings have made us a better team? Disaster after disaster have come through the doors & most have already gone again.
    enough is enough, go now..

  5. If the two david’s aren’t going to sack you please do the Honorable thing and resign. although i can’t see that happening for two reasons.The board are too tight to sack him because they don’t want to pay the compensation and bilic is too stubborn to go because he still thinks he can turn it around.
    What i would say to the board is just remember season 2010-11 when you kept avram grant on until it was to late?

  6. All I can say is were are the Mark Noble execution squad after that aboration. Nowhere to be see along with Arnie Noinputavic and Slaven notacticavic. This is the complete summing up of our team and fans. A sad indictment of our great club. I can’t believe how this management team can turn a top quality striker like Chico into an also ran. Recruits a goalie who is worse than the two we had and spends millions on very average players who then become very poor players. There is only one common denominator !!!!!

  7. Bilic should think of his health and resign. I never wanted him as our manager and disagree with all those fans who said he is/was a club legend. West Ham have to learn from Spurs – get rid of managers until you finally find the right one. We would have kept Redknapp for getting us into the Champions League – not Spurs, they sacked him and pushed on.

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