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Post-match press conference: Manuel Pellegrini v Tottenham [audio]


Filed: Thursday, 1st November 2018
By: Staff Writer


Manuel Pellegrini admitted to being disappointed at falling out of the Carabao Cup - but insisted that Saturday's Premier League clash with Burnley was this week's main priority.

The Hammers boss saw his team fall to a second home defeat in a matter of weeks against neighbours Tottenham, but refused to make excuses for yet another dreadfully poor performance in Stratford.

You may hear Pellegrini's thoughts from his post-match press conference, in full, below.

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*Manuel Pellegrini: post-match press conference


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