West Ham supervisor David Moyes responds to fan unrest at defeat to Burnley


West Ham supervisor David Moyes referred to as for the membership’s followers to get behind the workforce after ugly scenes marred Saturday’s 3-0 Premier League loss to Burnley.

Tensions reached boiling level on the London Stadium as some followers invaded the pitch throughout the recreation, whereas others within the stands vented their anger at chairmen David Gold and David Sullivan.

Captain Mark Noble shoved a pitch invader to the bottom, whereas defender James Collins additionally confronted followers who approached West Ham gamers throughout the dreadful defeat to the Clarets.

In the meantime, followers gathered under the administrators’ field chanting ‘sack the board’ because the environment grew more and more poisonous.


Shocking pictures as captain Mark Noble shoves protesting fan to the floor

‘Toxic on the pitch and off it’ – Twitter users react to shocking scenes at West Ham v Burnley

Talking concerning the scenes, Moyes informed Sky Sports activities: “We would like the supporters behind us, however you may’t cross the road and are available onto the pitch.

“I do not assume I have been at football video games in my time the place I’ve seen that.

“All I am going to say to all of them is that we want them.

“We’re preventing for factors. We’re all in it. The gamers know we did properly immediately for lengthy intervals. We did not achieve this properly for a few minutes within the second half.

“We wanted the supporters with us differently.

“All I ask for is that everyone sticks collectively and we attempt to get ourselves sufficient factors to verify we’re a Premier League workforce (subsequent season).”