Slaven Bilic: West Ham manager confirms talks with bosses over future

Clyde Nash
November 5, 2017

"I know my values and if I'm anything I'm a strong man and a big believer in myself, and I'm the one taking the bullets all the time".

For the second home game in a row West Ham were booed off after their brittle confidence was ruthlessly exposed by a lightning fast Liverpool frontline.

Not even three minutes after Mohamed Salah gave Liverpool the lead after a terrific counterattack, the Reds doubled the advantage over West Ham United.

"I said yesterday he was ready for 25 minutes but it was 25 minutes plus and it was good for us".

"On the other hand the situation for West Ham is not good and the club is above every individual, and that includes me".

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"We had a different idea - we wanted to defend deeper, more compact and using the space which we had for the counter-attacks".

"At the moment, we have to stick with those experienced players who have to make it up and take us out of this situation".

Remarkably, Burnley are also level-pegging on 19 points with Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool as Sam Vokes pounced late on for Sean Dyche's side against Southampton.

"People like Toni Martinez and Martin Samuelsen - they were with us in the last pre-season".

"We're trying to get in touch with the Senegal FA".

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Bournemouth grabbed a last-gasp victor at Newcastle United to move out of the bottom three.

The Hammers dropped to 17th, with just a point separating them from the relegation zone. It would only get worse from there as the visitors rounded out comfortable 4-1 victors.

Saturday's thumping defeat at home was their sixth loss at the London Stadium and second straight after losing 3-0 to Premier League new boys Brighton two weeks ago.

The hosts hung on in the second half after having defender Christopher Schindler sent off in the 57th minute.

Substitute Peter Crouch ensured a 2-2 draw for Stoke City at home to Leicester City. Two early goals from set-pieces, though, meant Liverpool didn't need to prove themselves risky in open play.

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Riyad Mahrez's fine finish restored Leicester's lead but Crouch headed in Shaqiri's cross for the draw.

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