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West Ham captain Mark Noble urges fans to get behind team

West Ham captain Mark Noble urges fans to get behind team

Mark Noble pens an open letter to the West Ham United fanbase calling for unity following disturbances at their last home match against Burnley.

West Ham captain Mark Noble has pleaded with the club's fans to behave in the five remaining home matches of the season.

A total of 20 people were arrested after ugly scenes during West Ham's 3-0 defeat at home to Burnley on March 10.

West Ham ace Patrice Evra spoke exclusively to the club's official website about his high-profile off-field antics, and insisted that his highly successful career within the game allows him to have fun away from the football pitch.

"It is clear from our findings of fact that there was more than one way to provide funding to the football club and one of the reasons that Mr. Sullivan chose to provide funds to the football club in the specific way that transpired was so that [Sullivan] could claim a capital loss".

Yesterday marked the 18th birthday of one of the Premier Leagues most iconic goals, which was scored by enigmatic Italian attacker Paolo Di Canio.

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En tanto, el cuerpo del fallecido se entregó al Servicio Médico Forense de ese puerto para las diligencias pertinentes, informó la Semar .

"On the flip side, negativity can undoubtedly affect players' concentration and confidence, as I believe it did in the second half against Burnley". Click the right arrow, above, to see all 20 top flight owners ranked on their current performance, from worst to best...

"I can understand in England why they show this because it was pretty much a perfect strike." .

The ruling was publicised as London Mayor Sadiq Khan met Karren Brady, the club's vice-chairman, to discuss financial and safety issues at the London Stadium.

The West Ham United full-back has become a viral sensation with his Monday videos on Instagram, and his now signature catch-phrase, 'I love this game'.

West Ham handed lifetime bans to five individuals who stepped on to London Stadium pitch while an unspecified number of supporters suffered the same fate for hurling verbal abuse and coins at owners David Sullivan and David Gold in the directors box.