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West Ham have been on fire since the appointment of Slaven Bilic as their new manager in June 2015, with the Croatian replacing Sam Allardyce on a three-year deal at Upton Park. Bilic's main task for the season was to make sure his troops don't slide out of the league - as it would be an absolute nightmare if the Hammers began life in the Olympic Stadium down in the Championship. However, the Iron have thrived, finishing 7th, and qualifying through to the Europa League.
West Ham have been through a plethora of managers since the turn of the century, often struggling for consistency on-and-off the pitch. In recent years the club's high point was reaching the 2006 FA Cup Final, which they lost on penalties to Liverpool, while they've been relegated to the Championship twice: 2003 and 2011. The Hammers looked solid without being spectacular under former boss Allardyce, but a more attractive style of play is clearly evident under new boss Billic.
A single draw against Middlesbrough in an otherwise black and white set of results has seen West Ham United struggle for consistent results. Wins against Chelsea, Sunderland, Crystal Palace and Accrington Stanley and defeats to Southampton, West Bromwich Albion, Watford, Manchester City and Astra Ploiesti demonstate slightly erratic form.
|29 Oct||Everton||15:00||West Ham United|
|05 Nov||West Ham United||16:00||Stoke City|
|19 Nov||Tottenham Hotspur||16:00||West Ham United|
|26 Nov||Manchester United||16:00||West Ham United|
|03 Dec||West Ham United||16:00||Arsenal|
|10 Dec||Liverpool||16:00||West Ham United|
|29 Oct||@ Everton||15:00|
|05 Nov||vs Stoke City||16:00|
|19 Nov||@ Tottenham Hotspur||16:00|
|26 Nov||@ Manchester United||16:00|
|03 Dec||vs Arsenal||16:00|
|10 Dec||@ Liverpool||16:00|