‘Established manager will be in charge of West Ham’, claims co-chairman

first_img1 David Gold West Ham United co-chairman David Gold has outlined the club’s ambition to hire an ‘established’ manager to replace Sam Allardyce.The Hammers parted company with the 60-year-old at the end of the campaign as the former Bolton boss completed his fourth season in charge at Upton Park.Gold revealed that the East London club are aiming to bring a manager that has had experience and success in the leading divisions in world football.In an interview with the club’s official website, Gold said: “We would like somoene who has managed succesfully in one of the major leagues in the world.“We want to bring in an established manager who has been there and done it.”last_img


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