- Manuel Pellegrini has been given two games ultimatum for him to save his job
- His wards at West Ham United will face Arsenal and Southampton in their next games
- West Ham United are currently occupying 16th position on the Premier League standings
Premier League side West Ham United have given their manager Manuel Pellegrini two games ultimatum for him to save his job or face the exit doors.
And the 66-year-old will hope that his wards get their rhythm when they face Arsenal in their next Premier League game on Monday, December 9.
West Ham United are currently battling to avoid the drop zone this term in the Premier League as they have only gotten one win in their last ten matches.
That victory was against Chelsea before they produced another disappointing display against Wolves.
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Pellegrini must boost the morale of his players to get the wins in their next two games against Arsenal and Southampton so as for him to keep his position.
They will first welcome Arsenal at home, and they game will also be another test for the Gunners' interim manager Freddie Ljungberg.
Arsenal are still struggling since Unai Emery was sacked and there are reports that the Gunners' chiefs are looking for another manager soon.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Unai Emery was sacked by Arsenal following a torrid run of lackluster performance that saw the Premier League side forfeit an early lead to suffer another 2-1 defeat to Frankfurt.
His sacking was confirmed in a statement by Arsenal on Friday, November 29, ending growing speculations surrounding the former PSG boss' future with the Gunners.
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