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WATCH Sam Allardyce Discussing West Ham Fans Booing Team After Win Against Hull [VIDEO]

West Ham United manager Sam Allardyce says his players were distracted by booing from their own fans during Wednesday’s 2-1 home win over Hull City.

Hammers fans grew impatient with their side as they struggled to break down Hull’s 10 men for the majority of the game after goalkeeper Allan McGregor’s was sent off in the 26th minute for bringing down Mohamed Diame.

Allardyce believes West Ham are “nearly there” in their fight to stay in the top flight, hailing the “huge three points” that moves them up to 11th in the Premier League table.

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  1. David

    March 28, 2014 at 1:06 pm

    While I agree, big Sam has done a good job, and West Ham fans should be careful what they wish for, I am utterly amazed the FA has not investigated the story of Allardyce and Nolan relentlessly pressuring Ravel to sign with their dodgy agent, who also happens to represent quite a few other West Ham players. That speaks to both Nolan and Sam’s character and compromises any sort of attempt of Ravel to get his head together and just play good football. If Sam wanted to do what was best for the club instead of his own interests, then maybe the team would have a better player still playing for them and even winning more games for them.

  2. arsenalmike

    March 28, 2014 at 1:39 am

    Really terrible how most people and alot of the press regard Big Sam ,he did a incredible job at Bolton, gets sacked at newcastle and they go down the next year, gets sacked at blackburn, they also go down the next year,hes takin westham up INTO A TOP 10 finish and to a cup semi final this year,i ve watched plenty of westham games this year, and enjoyed them , he doesnt get millions to spend, hes a good manager and a good character..westham would be in big trouble no doubt if they sacked him earlier this year.what do people want?

    • trickybrkn

      March 28, 2014 at 5:01 pm

      They spent how much on Carroll? Jarvis? Downing? They brought in two capped Italians in the last window… and don’t forget Pablo Armero who is a regular on the Columbian national team.

      So he has the players, and lets not even get into how he lets every Academy player rot and then move on. Look, its not like we expect Champions League, we don’t, we are just tired of negative play. It runs counter to every thing that is West Ham, and everything that is being a West Ham supporter.

      • arsenalmike

        April 1, 2014 at 3:57 am

        I hear ya on the academy players but Carroll has been hurt for half of the season,the backline was out for many weeks, if Sam had his starters all fit there is no reason to think the team couldn’t be up above Southampton. With Big Sam as coach I can only see Westhham going upwards in the next few seasons!

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