West Ham United have fallen into serious state on and off the pitch as they collapsed to a third consecutive defeat this afternoon against Burnley.
However, it is the conduct of their supporters that will make the headlines as they proceeded to invade the pitch and area surrounding the directors box at the London Stadium to express their anger at the board.
The defeat means they are sat just three points above the relegation zone and face a real uphill struggle to avoid the drop.
Scenes at London Stadium
— Dan Ludlam (@Danny_Luds) March 10, 2018
West Ham fans, who have begun to lose patience with the club’s owners, have taken matters into their own hands by invading the pitch and chanting in front of the directors box.
One fan ran on to the pitch taking the corner flag and placing it in the center-circle, whilst other fans clashed with players on the pitch.
The supporters also made their presence felt to the owners, with David Gold and David Sullivan being asked to leave the stadium.
The East London club look set to be heading for a very hefty fine from the FA, following the conduct of their supporters in the 3-0 defeat at the London Stadium.
More scenes in East London
— Johnny Phillips (@SkyJohnnyP) March 10, 2018
Even this fan has more caps than Mark Noble pic.twitter.com/MMZoUDEqZ0
— Andrew Gerlis (@ndyGerlis) March 10, 2018
The absolute state of West Ham right now 😂 pic.twitter.com/KyCrbAgCNY
— Dream Team (@dreamteamfc) March 10, 2018
— Henry Bushnell (@HenryBushnell) March 10, 2018
— Jack Aldred (@JackAldred1) March 10, 2018