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West Ham Sack Gianfranco Zola: Who Should Replace Him?

 West Ham Sack Gianfranco Zola: Who Should Replace Him?

Gianfranco Zola was sacked as manager of West Ham United this morning. While this hardly comes as surprising news for followers of the club and the Premier League, it’s still quite a shame for a professional who showed so much promise yet for a team that played so poorly during the 2009-10 season.

Now that Zola has been shown the door, who do you think should replace him? Vote in the poll below and share your opinion in the comments section.

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5 Responses to West Ham Sack Gianfranco Zola: Who Should Replace Him?

  1. patrick says:

    Ladbrokes has it even for Grant… I’d love to see Bilic take over.

  2. scott alexander says:

    Wow. Kind of makes you long for bankrupt Icelandic Banks. Amazing performance by David Sullivan.

  3. brn442 says:

    As said on Sky —- Billic or Hughes.

  4. AtlantaPompey says:

    Grant would be crazy to move to a club that has major financial issues. Out of the frying pan and into the fire!

  5. The Gaffer says:

    If Avram Grant falls through, I have a sneaky suspicion that Paulo Sousa may be on the shortlist for the Hammers job.

    The Gaffer

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