West Ham United boss Sam Allardyce has reflected on last week's jeering during victory over Hull City.

Big Sam wrote for the London Evening Standard: "The match against Hull two nights ago was a new experience for me. I've been booed a few times in my playing, coaching and managerial career, who hasn't?

"I've been associated with teams who have been booed when we've been beaten; I've been booed when we haven't played well. Never before, though, have I or my team been booed after we have just won.

"I heard the booing first at half-time. We were in a good position, as we were 1-0 up.

"Obviously, the players are not immune to what they hear and you could sense their nervousness right to the end."

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