Sport 'Easy target' Hart deserves better, says Bilic

05:50  13 october  2017
05:50  13 october  2017 Source:   Goal.com

Bilic: Hart unfairly criticised

  Bilic: Hart unfairly criticised West Ham manager Slaven Bilic believes English football is taking Joe Hart for granted. England's long-term first-choice goalkeeper, who is on loan from Manchester City at West Ham, kept a clean sheet and was named man of the match in his last international against Slovenia.But in the past 18 months Hart has had a rough ride. He was criticised for mistakes at Euro 2016 and was then dropped by Pep Guardiola at City. More recently some observers have questioned his value to West Ham and suggested Jack Butland should replace him as England keeper.But Bilic is having none of it.

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JoeHart - cropped: West Ham goalkeeper Joe Hart © Provided by Goal West Ham goalkeeper Joe Hart

West Ham manager Slaven Bilic backed Joe Hart, saying the goalkeeper was unfairly criticised and had become an easy target.

Hart, 30, has been questioned for his performances for England and at club level, particularly since leaving Manchester City for a loan spell at Torino last season.

The shot-stopper produced a fine display in World Cup qualifying earlier this month, keeping a clean sheet in a 1-0 win over Slovenia that secured England's place in Russia.

Bilic defended his goalkeeper and believes Hart deserves more credit than he is often given.

"I think you don't appreciate him. I watched the game against Slovenia. He was man of the match," the Croatian said.

'I think you don't appreciate him' - Bilic believes Hart deserves better

  'I think you don't appreciate him' - Bilic believes Hart deserves better The goalkeeper is an easy target and is unappreciated, according to the West Ham managerHart, 30, has been questioned for his performances for England and at club level, particularly since leaving Manchester City for a loan spell at Torino last season.

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"But you didn't have that feeling from the studio, from the commentator, saying it was a penalty [to Slovenia] – it wasn't a penalty. If it was anyone else goalkeeping in that situation, nobody would say it was a penalty. I have that feeling at this moment.

"Has he become an easy target? Yes. The guy is brilliant. I'm not just talking about goalkeeping now. The guy never slaughters anyone in the job.

"He is taking the bullets, he is there every single time, whether he is at City or Torino or West Ham. He is a great professional and a top pro."

Bilic's West Ham, who are 15th in the Premier League, visit Burnley on Saturday.

West Ham give Bilic two games to save his job .
Slaven Bilic has two games to save his West Ham job, according to the London Evening Standard. The Croatian’s future had been thrown in doubt after a 3-0 home defeat against Brighton on Friday night. Reports had suggested that Bilic could lose his job as a result of the defeat with his position set to be discussed after the game. West Ham now have two big games on the horizon against London rivals Tottenham Hotspur and Crystal Palace. The Hammers enjoyed one of the best performances in the London Stadium against Spurs last season and will be hoping for more of the same when the two sides meet on Wednesday night in the Carabao Cup at Wembley. Crystal Palace remain bottom of the Premier League with just one win to their name this season. A disappointing result against the latter could seal Bilic’s fate after just one win in their last five Premier League games.

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