The future of Sam Allardyce at West Ham United is at risk

Sam Allardyce has been the manager of West Ham United since June of 2011 but his time in the Premier League club might be reaching it’s end as the 60 year old English manager is continuously being linked with a move away from the club at the Boleyn Ground.

The managerial contract that Allardyce has with West Ham United expires at the end of the season and so far it remains uncertain if he will be offered a contract extension beyond the summer.

Marcelo Bielsa, David Moyes, Eddie Howe and Rafael Benitez are just some of the names which have been popping around as any of them are being rumored on taking up the managerial role at West Ham United if Sam Allardyce is not offered a new contract in the next few months.

Sam Allardyce himself has announced that he remains unsure as to what will happen as the English manager said: “No, I don’t know if I’m going to be here. But I don’t see any other way, that in my position, when you are contracted at a football club, you do the job that you are paid to do.”

West Ham United has claimed big and important victories against clubs such as: Liverpool and Manchester City but it has not been enough to ease the pressure off of Sam Allardyce who remains uncertain about his long term future but the manager just wants to focus in finishing on a high note for the remaining matches of the season.

Manchester City’s Manuel Pellegrini and Chris Ramsey of Queens Park Rangers are some of the other managers who are rumored on turning into the next coaches of being sacked and leaving their current managerial role at their respective clubs.