If people come on the pitch I can't imagine they're trying to be unsafe towards players.
"I've said it all along, Joe's been good, and I've got competition in some places so you have to play well".
West Ham look like they are not interested and that is not how games are won in the Premier League.
While the Clarets have had a year to forget so far, they picked up their first win of 2018 last weekend, coming from behind to clinch victory for the first time this season. In addition to that, I am also a fan of the over 2.5 goals.
Their success and that of their respective teams could be determined by the form of the players around them.
Mario just drove his kart right into Google Maps
With Mario Day is right around the corner (March 10- MAR10 ) it looks like Google is putting on a little celebration. He'll be a constant companion wherever you're driving this week - to work, to school, or the spaghetti house.
"We probably started the second half a bit better, and when we were put under pressure, that's when we had to cope with the one or two opportunities that they came up with".
"Then you're free to go on and hopefully play well. have that little bit more of a touch of mild arrogance just to take on each challenge as it comes", he added.
As part of an ugly morning which featured a fan planted a corner flag at midfield and a section of the crowd nearly universally turning away from the pitch, West Ham veteran Mark Noble tackled a pitch intruder. 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.
West Ham face a six-pointer against Burnley today before another huge clash against fellow strugglers Southampton next time out. We've got to find winning ways, we need to do it quickly.
"If I thought there were no mistakes or no problems I wouldn't have made any changes".
"Andre Ayew did well enough for Swansea but don't forget that he didn't want to stay", he told fans in the London Evening Standard Column.