Date: 27th March 2014 at 12:59pm
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I get the feeling that Sam Allardyce was far from impressed at the reception his side got after beating Hull City last night.

Although the Hammers ended their three game losing streak with a 2-1 win over 10-man Hull City, the crescendo of boos that greeted the final whistle told another story, that of displeasure at the performance given by the side Sam manages.

Sam, who cupped his hand to his ear in almost disbelief at the reception, remarked to the media afterwards,

“I`ve never been at a place where I`ve won and got booed.”

“At half-time, the players were talking more about fans booing them than the game. Fans affect players – we don`t need them on players` backs when we`ve had three defeats.”

“I want the players to play better and take advantage of the 10 men – but you don`t at this level. It`s not an easy task and they should all be very grateful.”


I can see Sam`s point but then again, as West Ham United supporter, I can see what some supporters were getting at, this season should have been one where we made strides to improve on the tenth place of last season, instead we`re floundering and pleased we`ve survived but by playing football that is far from attractive and not the way West Ham United normally do things!

I`d appreciate your thoughts!