According to a report from Football.London, West Ham boss Manuel Pellegrini could be sacked after tomorrow’s game against Leicester, but only if his side lose heavily to the Foxes.
The Hammers have been in atrocious form over the past few months.
They have won just two of their last 12 Premier League games and have slipped down to 17th spot in the table, just one point clear of the relegation zone.
Pellegrini is receiving pelters from the West Ham fans. They are sick and tired of his predictable tactics. The football is bland and boring, and the results have been awful too.
The Chilean should consider himself really lucky to still be in a job. It is clear to see that he doesn’t have what it takes to take the Hammers to the next level.
But the owners are clearly reluctant to sack the 66-year-old with 18 months still remaining on his current deal.
Football.London claims that they might just be forced into making a decision on Pellegrini’s future, however, if West Ham lose heavily to Leicester City tomorrow at the London Stadium.
Many Hammers fans will argue that is one too many games anyway.
It seems to be inevitable that Pellegrini will be sacked. It’s clearly just a matter of time.
And if Brendan Rodgers’ side are on form tomorrow, it could be the last time that the Chilean graces the home dugout at the London Stadium.