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Post-match press conference: Slaven Bilic vs Hull City


Filed: Sunday, 18th December 2016
By: Staff Writer


Slaven Bilic was in a positive mood after his West Ham side ended the week with seven points from a possible nine.

Last weekend's draw with Liverpool at Anfield was followed by wins against Burnley and Hull, results that lifted West Ham five points clear of the relegation zone.

Hear what Bilic and opposite number Mike Phelan had to say about the evening's events during the following post-match interviews with the BBC...








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