Bilic could still take over at Hammers
By Wes Evans
Thursday 18 Sep 2008 11:30:00
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Croatia boss Slaven Bilic is almost certain to leave his post after the 2010 World Cup (assuming they qualify) and could be tempted by the West Ham post.

He spoke once again about his desire to manage at club level after his time with his national side, and as we all know, his love for the Hammers has never been in doubt.

"I will stay in office for the next two years but I'll be ready to change my position if an attractive offer reaches me," said Bilic to Croation daily Sportsle Novosti.


If Zola is doing the same thing that most managers do in their first position - i.e. holding onto mid-table security if they're doing a good job - then the board could be easily tempted to switch to the man that masterminded a great campaign to Euro 2008 and led Croatia to 5th place in the FIFA rankings.

Of course, he could end up being rubbish for the next World Cup campaign, then nobody would care about him being the Hammers' manager.

He could also open a farm. Who knows.

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