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'He looks like a broken man'


Filed: Sunday, 27th August 2017
By: Staff Writer


Slaven Bilic is under pressure after just three Premier League matches, according to BBC's MotD2 pundits.

And former Arsenal defender Martin Keown even questioned whether Bilic had the desire to continue in his post, following yesterday's 3-0 humbling at newly-promoted Newcastle.

"You wonder if it's going to be time to change the manager," Keown, speaking on the BBC's flagship sports show said. "It seems so early in the season but he's going to have to have a good look at himself.

"Is he up for the job? It didn't look like he was up for it yesterday."

To see the entire segment from tonight's show, click the play button below.








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