Filed: Sunday, 19th March 2017
By: Staff Writer
Co-owner David Sullivan has issued an apology to supporters following West Ham's dire display against Leicester.
The Foxes came to the Olympic Stadium having failed to win a single Premier League fixture away from home before taking all three points back up the A1 following a 3-2 success.
The defeat clearly infuriated the club's co-chairman, who told whufc.com: "I think all we can do after Saturday’s 3-2 Premier League defeat by Leicester City at London Stadium is say is ‘sorry’ to the supporters.
"It is never easy being a West Ham United supporter and we all know that we have to do better. To be 2-0 down after seven minutes of any football match, be it in the Premier League or in your local Sunday League, makes it very difficult to get a positive result.
"In parts of the second half we were very good, but so was their goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel, who made world-class saves from Andy Carroll. We also had a shot cleared off the line and another good chance which Andre Ayew shot just over the crossbar.
"But, we need to be good before we are losing!"
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