Danny Mills has torn into West Ham manager Manuel Pellegrini and says that the Hammers are “all over the shop” with him in the dugout.
Speaking exclusively to Football Insider assistant editor Russell Edge, the former Leeds and England defender says that things have simply not worked out for the Chilean boss in east London and suggests a change is on the cards for the Irons.
West Ham are sitting 17th in the Premier League table after 13 games, with Saturday’s 3-2 defeat to Tottenham extending their winless run to seven Premier League games.
With the man in the dugout coming under increased pressure over his future in east London, Mills says their fortunes do not look like changing with the Chilean in charge.
Mills told Football Insider: “Pellegrini, it just hasn’t quite happened for him at West Ham, he looked good for a bit but they’re all over the shop at the moment.
“There’s huge pressure on Pellegrini. (Mauricio Pochettino’s sacking) has triggered the managerial merry-go-round.”
Pellegrini has taken charge of 58 games during his time at the London Stadium, winning 22, drawing 11 and losing 25 those.
He has used a total of 34 players while in the dugout, Felipe Anderson his most favoured talent in the side with 54 appearances, the likes of Declan Rice, Issa Diop, and Robert Snodgrass close behind the Brazilian maestro.
At the other end of the scale, Ben Johnson, Nathan Holland and Joe Powell have just the one appearance under their belt for Pellegrini to date.