Karren Brady delivers four-letter word response to West Ham fan about under fire senior man
By Amir Mir
Karren Brady has backed under-fire West Ham boss Slaven Bilic and told a supporter that the rumours in the media questioning his future at the club are “crap”.
Sky Sports claimed on Tuesday evening that if the club chooses to replace Bilic in the dugout then Fulham manager Slavisa Jokanovic is their number one target.
The Serbian is currently aiming to help Fulham finish in the play-off places in the Championship as they are currently one place below the top six.
For Bilic, he has endured a difficult campaign at the London Stadium this season after their move from Upton Park in the summer.
Vice-chairwoman Brady issued this response to a supporter who questioned the decision to possibly replace Bilic at the end of the campaign.
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“I hope this is media crap. Slaven deserves better,” a supporter wrote on his personal Twitter account.
— Iain Tait (@RitaitIain) April 11, 2017
“Yes, it is media crap,” Brady responded on her personal Twitter account. “No foundation to it. My chairman issued a statement about Slaven last week and nothing has changed.”
yes it is media crap, and NO foundation to it. My Chairman issued a statement about Slaven last week, and NOTHING has changed. https://t.co/X9XTPtz0Sz
— Lady Karren Brady (@karren_brady) April 12, 2017
The Hammers recently beat relegation-threatened Swansea 1-0 on home soil and eased their relegation fears by opening up an eight-point gap on the bottom three.
However, prior to that match, Bilic’s side had suffered five defeats on the bounce as they were falling at an alarming rate down the table.
Now, it is highly likely that they will stay in England’s top division for next season as they will be hoping to end the campaign on a positive note.
Bilic will be preparing for an away trip to rock-bottom Sunderland at the weekend which will be followed by a tricky home tie against Everton seven days later.
In other West Ham news, fans are furious on Twitter with reported interest in this Premier League defender.