Ex-West Ham United striker feels sad about the club’s troubles

West Ham United’s situation in the Premier League is a precarious one as they sit just two points above the relegation zone.

David Moyes and his team have just eight games left to save their season, but at the moment, focus seems does not seem to be on performances and results.

During the club’s last game, which was a 3-0 defeat to Burnley, a number of different pitch invaders disrupted the match.

One man swiped the corner flag and held it aloft, while another was thrown to the floor by club captain Mark Noble, who later issued a rallying cry to the supporters.

Those found guilty of invading the pitch have been issued with lifetime bans, but it has not stopped supporters from airing their discontent towards co-owners David Gold and David Sullivan.

Former West Ham striker Frederic Kanoute has given his say on the situation, telling Goal.com that ex-manager Slaven Bilic helped the club improve before he was sacked mid-season.

“It’s sad. It’s a shame because sometimes they show improvement, above all when Bilic was the coach. When he was there, the club started to improve but unfortunately, it seems that they always fall back into old routines.”