West Ham fans invaded pitch after 3-0 defeat

West Ham fans invaded pitch after 3-0 defeat

West Ham fans invaded pitch after 3-0 defeat

"I'm more interested in the points we get rather than what Burnley have got".

Those sitting directly in front of the directors' box chanted their disapproval towards co-chairmen David Sullivan and David Gold, who eventually departed the room.

The FA strongly condemns the crowd disturbances seen today at West Ham United versus Burnley and will be seeking observations from West Ham as well as awaiting the match referee's report.

"To continue that growth is the main marker but of course it's nice to finish as high as you can in the league table... the next challenge is the one that is upon us and that is West Ham, so our focus stays clear on that".

Referee Lee Mason even consulted Hammers boss David Moyes and Burnley manager Sean Dyche over abandoning the game as the away team allowed kids in their dugout to escape the fighting.

"An emergency meeting has been called with all London Stadium stakeholders", the club said.

"Joe Hart will start", Moyes confirmed on Friday.

"I wouldn't say I felt in danger, but you never know in this world, Noble told the BBC following the game, before admitting that the atmosphere at the London Stadium has been strained since moving to the ground at the start of the 2016/17 season".

Angry supporters dragged the fixture into chaos as they charged onto the pitch just seconds after Clarets striker Chris Wood put the visitors two goals ahead. They have ways of venting that [frustration].

As the wheels began to come off the anger towards the board grew, and anarchy began to break out on the pitch and in the stands.

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. "It's a big surface area to police and the security couldn't do that".

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