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Slaven Bilic: Never say never on John Terry joining West Ham

21 April 2017, 02:54 | Charlene Valdez

West Ham United manager Slaven Bilic

West Ham United manager Slaven Bilic

Slaven Bilic revealed the injury was sustained by Carroll miskicking a ball during the opening five minutes of last weekend's 2-2 draw at the Stadium of Light.

Plans for next season are beginning to be thought about but Bilic's men will first be focusing on Saturday's home clash against an in-form Everton outfit. We'll see if he will start but he has been training with us. "I am a big admirer of John, one of the best that ever played not just in that position but whenever", Bilic told a news conference ahead of Saturday's contest with Everton.

"He won everything, he did everything and we are talking about an England captain, a true leader".

The Hammers are now 13th in the table, a full 20 points behind the Toffees with five matches remaining, but while this season looks to be petering out with little left to play for, Slaven Bilic will still want to see some fire in the weeks ahead. "You never say never".

But Bilic will be buoyed by the return of key central defender Winston Reid, who has shaken off his own groin problem. He looks good in training. In his rehabilitation he did some individual stuff and it's a big boost for us.


"He will probably be fit for our next game, but for this game, no", he said.

"He was injured", said the Croatian.

Bilic knows stifling Lukaku is no easy task and believes a mammoth collective effort will be needed from his West Ham players in order to stop the Everton hitman from adding to his 24 league goals.

And according to Italian sports daily Corriere dello Sport, the Hammers are set to make a shock move for Lazio boss Inzaghi as a potential replacement for Bilic in the summer.

He said: "We are going to see what is going to happen after this season". Darren Randolph had been waiting for his chance for a long time, and he has done well for us. "We are going to discuss it".



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