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Slaven Bilic is under mounting pressure following West Ham's awful start to the Premier League, so, naturally he's in risk of losing his job.
The usual *insert manager's name* accompanied with the word 'out' hashtag is the pre-cursor to something ominous.
And following West Ham's 3-0 defeat to Brighton on Friday night, #BilicOut was doing the rounds.
Bilic and his opposite number gesture on the touchline. Image: PA
The Seagulls' recorded an away victory courtesy of a brace from Glenn Murray and a sublime strike from Jose Izquierdo.
West Ham sit precariously in 17th, level on points with Stoke City who occupy a spot in the relegation zone.
Brighton team celebrate in front of their travelling support. Image: PA
Even though he didn't feature Angelo Ogbonna has been the talk of the game following his hilarious antics on social media.
He supposedly 'liked' a comment on Instagram which read #BilicOut.
However, there's an explanation behind him liking the post.
Here's what he posted after his social media activity surfaced.
He wrote: "i liked west ham post . Not your comment. Because your comment is stupid . My baby was playing with the phone and he touched your comment . So don't be too much happy"
Needless to say, it got the West Ham fans talking:
Both guilty, Ogbonna been liking Bilic out tweets, players saying trainings a joke to media, Sakho being Sakho, Arnautovic well... 1/2
- Just Some Geezer (@Juicedmoose) October 21, 2017
The running Ogbonna banter is the one, especially now with Ogbonna liking a Bilic out post :joy::joy::joy:
- Simon②⚒ (@piemashmerchant) October 21, 2017
Sack Ogbonna rather than Bilic - u can't do that as a player - bench anger me thinks
- The Power 1962 (@jlarkin123) October 21, 2017
Ogbonna's baby wants Bilic Out :thumbsup:
- Injury FC (@aplin87) October 21, 2017
Are you buying Ogbonna's excuse?
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