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West Ham Top Half Finish?

Big Sam has guided West Ham to safety with four games to spare, eleven points above the drop zone, West Ham are clear of any distant relegation fears. They’ve never really flirted with relegation during their first season back in the top flight, Allardyce’s brand of football may not have many fans, including some from his own terraces, but it is a tried and tested, proven method of the game. Popular to contrary, when you see a Sam Allardyce team, you typically expect a few certain things, big number nine that being Andy Carroll, whose recent form is deserving of an England call up, tall physical players all over the field and a big lump up field, West Ham’s team do contain and shape up that way weekly, but West Ham have it installed in them to actually play, they have the players like Mark Noble, Matt Jarvis, Jack Collison, who can knock a ball about, not just up the field, which is why they’ve been so successful in their first campaign back in the big league.

As the table stands, Allardyce’s Hammers are the highest placed in the Premier League of the three promoted sides, a rejuvenated Southampton are all put safe and winners of the Championship Reading are all but relegated, the fact The Irons currently hold tenth place will be seem as a very fruitful season by the board at West Ham, a new deal has been dangled in front of Sam, with safety the only thing guaranteeing him it, reportedly a three year deal, giving him the honour of managing West Ham come their move to the Olympic Stadium, if all goes to plan on his part. David Gold and David Sullivan are widely known to be ambitious in their quest to make The Hammers an ever present side in the top flight and with whispers Allardyce would be replaced regardless in recent months couldn’t have helped the cause, but during the struggle of bad away form and rocky period, Big Sam has steadied and brought West Ham through as he has done with so many teams in his career, currently five games unbeaten he surely has more than earned that new contract. His players are intrusted to him and surely if anyone can get Carroll to sign on a permanent basis its Big Sam, so with the contract all but signed, West Ham safe for next year, he can finally start preparing for a strong finish and ultimately next season.