Former England boss Glenn Hoddle is being earmarked as a possible contingency plan at West Ham United.
The Hammers currently sit 17th on the Premier League table and may look to replace Sam Allardyce if they fall into the bottom three by the end of December.
Tottenham great Hoddle has not managed since 2006 when he was with Wolves but has been busy running soccer schools in England and abroad and working with the FA.
The Daily Mail reports that Harry Redknapp and Slaven Bilic are also possible candidates but suggests that Hoddle is the frontrunner if they are forced to part ways with Allardyce.
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