Slaven Bilic has been sacked as West Ham manager.
Spyreporter is aware the Hammers are likely to appoint David Moyes as Bilic’s replacement on an interim deal till the end of the season.
Bilic admitted his unhappiness as he left the club’s Rush green training ground Monday morning, however insisted he did no longer blame the membership.
‘i’m unhappy and disillusioned however not inside the club,’ he said.
‘I anticipated it to be fair. There are no tough emotions. As time goes with the aid of i am sure I might be pleased with my paintings here.’
He continued: ‘We didn’t begin this vital season well. We had a actually top, or excellent, or superb first season, then the second one season we knew turned into going to be a difficult one in a transition to transport to the brand new stadium and all the difficulties we had.
‘We coped with that on the quit truly true, finished center of the desk, but then this season we hoped we could make that step from the start and we simply did not make it – as in lots of golf equipment inside the most useful League and throughout Europe the supervisor is the one who pays the price.’
different applicants to replace Bilic consisting of former Manchester metropolis supervisor Roberto Mancini and popular alternative Alan Pardew – who managed the Hammers among 2003 and 2006 – were considered.