Today, shocks were sent round Upton Park as Gianfranco Zola was sacked as manager of West Ham United. It was rumoured that Gianfranco had fell out with the new board after they refused to make transfer funds available.
Gianfranco had this to say: '' I am very disappointed to leave West Ham but they errrrrr promised me that I would have funds this season and they have gone back on that promise. As a result of this lack of commitment to me, I have decided to leave the club. I wish my successor all the best''
Three Hours Later
Just three hours after the resignation of Gianfranco Zola was handed in at Upton Park, ambitious English manager Daniel Oakes has been installed as the new Hammers boss on a two year contract. It is rumoured that the first cause of action of the 'Oakes era' will be removing the high earners from the club and starting afresh. In the next couple of days we will here about Daniel Oakes' thoughts of his appointment and his ambitions for the club.