When West Ham announced Slaven Bilic as manager two summers ago, it sparked the beginning of one of the most exciting seasons in recent history.

His debut season coincided with the club’s final year at the Boleyn Ground and what he delivered was success, so much emotion and floods of pride throughout.

A top four challenge, an FA Cup run and so many memorable victories against the league’s biggest teams meant had become of the Premier League’s most impressive teams.

That meant that expectations were understandably high heading in to this current campaign. A new stadium and the success of a previous season can do that to you.

But a poor start to the season, a number of disappointing results, several questionable tactical decisions have led to many calling for Bilic to be sacked ahead of the summer.

There are just as many fans who remain confident that Bilic is the right man to take the club to the next level and that there have been a number of outside factors that have effected the way in which he can do his job this season.

The issues surrounding the stadium move will not have helped, nor will injuries to key players and having to find a place for David Sullivan’s mediocre summer signings.

But should the club let Bilic go at the end of the season? Or should the offer him a new contract and allow him more time to build the project he looked to be starting with great success last term.

Have your say by voting below and let’s settle this once and for all – results will be published later this week…

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