Sam Allardyce faced his 4th consecutive defeat in charge of West Ham after suffering a 1-0 defeat against West Bromwich which has escalated the pressure of the 59 years old tactician to new levels.
West Ham United is safe from the bottom relegation zone but this makes no effect towards the frustration of the fans and their patience which seems to be running out.
Even in home matches where the fans are supposed to be cheering their squads on, it seems like it’s the total opposite as fans have started displaying messages suggesting the club on sacking Allardyce.
Allardyce told the sports engeland italie odds website “We all get it at some stage or another, no matter where we are or who we are with. If we are not winning football matches, we all get criticized’’.
“Fans are showing their disapproval quicker than at any other time I’ve known in the last 20 years or so. So we have to accept that change in the game and try to keep them happy as best we can and the best way to do that is to win football matches’’.
“My responsibility is to build a better team than this one. That is my responsibility, along with the owners – making sure that everything gets put into place in the hope that next season we can be better than this season’’.
Allardyce already confirmed that West Ham United will have an upgraded squad with a few of new arrivals which is expected to help the club out for the upcoming season but the real worry that still is on the mind of Allardyce is whether or not he will continue being in charge of the club when the season ends.
West Ham United’s last matches of the campaign sees them facing off against the likes of: Tottenham and Manchester City.