West Ham manager Sam Allardyce says that his future at Upton Park is still uncertain amidst reports that he will be allowed to leave the club at the end of the campaign.
Allardyce has been at West Ham for years now. During this period, he has overseen the club’s promotion back to the Premier League. This campaign, they are on course to registering a top-10 finish if they managed to keep their heads above Stoke City in the last six games. Concerns about the style of football at the end of last season forced Allardyce into adopting new methods at West Ham.
Ever since West Ham United hosted and received Manchester United at the Boleyn Ground on February 8, there has been a debate and discussion going on between Sam Allardyce and Louis van Gaal. The coach of West Ham United, Sam Allardyce stated that his team couldn’t maintain the lead they had due to the ‘’long ball’’ tactics that Manchester United was utilizing during the match.
Louis van Gaal responded to this comment by displaying a 4 page report which had details and statistics concerning everything that happened during the match.