Big Sam: West Ham attacking like they did against Liverpool will never work

first_imgPellegrini is a manager renowned for playing attractive football, and has vowed to bring the style back to the east London.Former West Ham boss Allardyce, though, believes the Chilean has a tough job on his hands.“West Ham attacking like they attacked [against Liverpool] is never going to work when you have those players,” said Big Sam, speaking on the Sports Breakfast.“These players are that good, you leave them that space and they are going to expose you and certainly West Ham left too much space between the midfield and the back four. Liverpool kept sliding in between the lines and punished West Ham. 2 “You can’t expect too much off those new players. They need to have time and as a manager the only way you get time is by getting results.“At West Ham, seven players [sic] have been brought in, they have spent heavily, and they need to click almost immediately. That is going to be a big test for the manager, Pellegrini.“He has got a great reputation; hopefully he can do it for West Ham and give them the results and sort of football they want.” “The only way you get time is by getting results…” ⏱️Sam Allardyce believes Manuel Pellegrini may not last long at #WHUFC if his summer signings don’t gel straight away 👀— The Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast (@SportsBreakfast) August 13, 2018 Jack Wilshere made his debut for West Ham against Liverpool but struggled to impress center_img Manuel Pellegrini endured a disappointing debut as Hammers boss Sam Allardyce says an attacking approach won’t work at West Ham – and has warned Manuel Pellegrini he will not be given too much time to get things right at the London Stadium.The Hammers spent heavily in the summer, with nine new players arriving at a combined cost of around £90million, but their defence was all over the place on the opening day of the Premier League season as they were thrashed 4-0 by Liverpool at Anfield. 2last_img read more