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No hard feelings, says Bilic


Filed: Monday, 6th November 2017
By: Staff Writer


Slaven Bilic has told reporters that he bears no ill-feeling towards West Ham, on the day he was fired from his position.

The club's 15th full-time manager left the club's training ground for the final time this morning having bid farewell to his staff following a brief meeting with Vice Chair Karren Brady - but insisted he was "proud" of what he'd achieved during his two-and-a-half year tenure.


Bilic leaves West Ham's training ground for the final time


"I expected it," said Bilic as he prepared to leave. "There are no hard feelings, I can be very proud of my work here.

"We didnít start this crucial season well. As in many clubs across Europe, the manager is the one who pays the price. Itís a very logical move. And the fans were brilliant to me from the start until the end."





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