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Post-match press conference: Sam Allardyce vs West Ham United


Filed: Sunday, 15th January 2017
By: Staff Writer


Sam Allardyce suggested that the scoreline wasn't a true reflection of the game as he watched his new Palace side beaten 3-0 at the Olympic Stadium by his former club.

Allardyce felt his side were in the game for 70 minutes but didn't deserve anything from the game as a resul of failing to create enough goalscoring opportunitties.

See what Big Sam had to say about the game in his post match press conference below.








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