Published: Sun, March 11, 2018
Sports | By Brandy Patterson

West Ham fans invaded pitch after 3-0 defeat

West Ham fans invaded pitch after 3-0 defeat

The Football Association has "strongly condemned" the crowd disturbances during West Ham's match against Burnley this afternoon.

West Ham called an emergency meeting with the publicly owned stadium's operators and said it was "committed to taking decisive and appropriate action" against the perpetrators.

"It is essential that everybody who plays or attends a Premier League football match can do so safely", a Premier League statement read.

Ashley Barnes had just given Burnley the lead early in the second half when a fan ran unchallenged onto the pitch before Hammers captain Mark Noble shoved him to the ground.

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West Ham's owners David Sullivan and David Gold were forced to leave the directors' box near the end as anger boiled over and supporters chanted'sack the board'.

West Ham's Premier League game with Burnley was interrupted by fans invading the pitch on Saturday.

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.

As West Ham scraps to stay in the Premier League, sitting three points above the relegation zone, resentment has grown over the decision to uproot from the Upton Park home of 112 years to Olympic Stadium in 2016. Was I happy with the goals we conceded? By that stage the action on the pitch had become nearly incidental with fans directing their anger at the club's chiefs.

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"We had played well enough to be in front but the first goal quickly altered things". Again, everybody knows that you don't cross the line, you don't come on the pitch - that's the rules.

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

"What we need the club to do now, the supporters, players, everybody, is pull together", he said. But to do it - it would really help everybody to pull in the one direction because we've got eight games left to do so and I think we are more than capable of doing it - we are going to have to prove it.

"You could argue that we had coped with just about everything up until the time".

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