David Moyes set to replace under fire Slaven Bilic at West Ham

Jack Kitson by Jack Kitson / 05 November 2017, 09:15

West ham boss Slaven Bilic is on the verge of being sacked, as the club lines up David Moyes to replace him in the Hammers dugout.

Bilic’s future has been up in the air for weeks now and Saturday’s shocking showing in a 4-1 defeat at home to Liverpool edged him ever closer towards the dreaded chopping block.

The under-fire Croatian is now as short as 1/2 Premier League Sack Race, which has already chewed up three gaffers this term in Ronald Koeman, Craig Shakespeare and Frank de Boer.

Moyes has been out of action since losing Sunderland their top-flight status last season. The 54-year-old opted to walk away from the Stadium of Light but is now eager to return to management, and now has East London in his sights, and is now a miniscule 1/5 in the Next West Ham Manager Market.

Phil Neville could also join him at the London Stadium.

According to The Telegraph West Ham are considering offering Moyes a contract until the end of the season as they prepare to axe Bilic during the international break.

Bilic looked despondent in the aftermath of Saturday’s shambolic performing (see tweet below), stating he’d have to talk to the charman, although in fairness he refused to chuck in the towel.

West Ham could sink into the relegation zone today (Sunday) if Everton beat Watford, with whom the Hammers lock horns with in their next fixture on Sunday 19th November.

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