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West Ham United fans on Twitter are slating Mark Noble after recent comments

West Ham fans have been reacting to a video put up by their club’s official Twitter account, where club captain Mark Noble has his say on the club’s game against Burnley, the passion among the squad and the training levels going into the final weeks of the season.

West Ham are in dreadful form at the moment, losing by a three-goal margin in their last three games in the Premier League to Liverpool, Swansea and Burnley. The horrendous run of form has come at an awful time for David Moyes’ side, with just eight games remaining for the season and the club hanging just three points above the drop zone.

The Irons propping our bar up have had a tough time this week, as protests against the Stratford club’s owners has intensified. The situation reached boiling point in last Saturday’s visit of Burnley to the London Stadium, with a number of separate pitch invasions from disgruntled fans. The game ended sourly as West Ham’s owners, David Gold and David Sullivan, had to be escorted out of the stadium five minutes before half-time.

You can read our resident Hammers’ verdict here:

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