West Ham manager Slaven Bilic’s future at the club could be decided on the results of the next three games, according to Daily Mail‘s Kieran Gill.
Talks about extending the Croatian’s current contract were planned before the latest slump in the club’s league form, but after a run of five games without a win, the Hammers boss is now back under pressure.
It is believed that both the club’s poor form, and the nature of the performances, are concerning the club’s board. With just one clean sheet in the last twelve league games (that coming against Crystal Palace back in January), there are growing concerns that the mood around the club is becoming very negative and that Bilic can’t arrest the slide.
The next three games are against relegation threatened Hull City, crisis ridden Arsenal at home and away at Swansea, who have lost their last two matches. Bilic will be expected by fans, and possibly the board, to get at least two wins from those fixtures.