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Pre-match press conference: Manuel Pellegrini v Burnley


Filed: Friday, 2nd November 2018
By: Staff Writer


Manuel Pellegrini revealed that he will have no players back from injury when West Ham host Burnley at the Olympic Stadium tomorrow - but still expects his team to produce a winning performance.

The manager - who is without eight first team players, four for several months - insisted that "it is a game [in which] we cannot fail" when asked whether the visit of Burnley was one he considered a "must win" fixture.

And Pellegrini also revealed that record-signing Felipe Anderson was unhappy at his own level of performances following criticism that the Brazilian had failed to deliver since moving to West Ham from Lazio.

To listen to Pellegrini's pre-match thoughts in full, click on the play button below.








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