West Ham fans not a danger to players, says Burnley boss Dyche

West Ham looked to have turned a corner under David Moyes when a 2-0 win over Watford elevated them up to midtable and onto 30 points.

"I've said it all along, Joe's been good, and I've got competition in some places so you have to play well". They're just trying to say, "Come on, just get off the pitch". Was I happy with the goals we conceded?

"The supporters will have their reasons for it".

"There is no place at any level of the game for what happened at the London Stadium", the Premier League said.

Weak throughout the spine of the team, West Ham's cause was not helped in the 27th minute when Winston Reid was stretchered from the pitch with a knee injury that has since ruled him out of the rest of this season. No one wants to ideally see fans on the pitch but they get frustrated.

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While the Clarets have had a year to forget so far, they picked up their first win of 2018 last weekend, coming from behind to clinch victory for the first time this season.

"Then you're free to go on and hopefully play well. have that little bit more of a touch of mild arrogance just to take on each challenge as it comes", he added.

Burnley displayed a ruthless streak as the situation deteriorated around them and Dyche was impressed by his team's composure in utterly surreal circumstances.

West Ham United are in the thick of the relegation battle ahead of the visit of Burnley to the London Stadium. I wouldn't use that as an excuse for me after it, but I certainly don't think it helped.

The Londoners come into the game on the back of two straight 4-1 defeats at the hands of Liverpool and fellow strugglers Swansea City and after a period of looking like they were pulling clear of drop zone, they have now been drawn back in. Arthur Masuaku will serve the last game of his six-match ban for spitting while Andy Carroll and Pedro Obiang missing out as well. I think we've got attacking players that can score, they didn't score today. "Footballers are all winners - we want to win every game so even with 40 points we are not going to put the handbrake on and stop showing up at the weekend".

  • Regina Holmes