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West Ham’s loss of form and other top EPL headlines – NOV 11 2019

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Premier League Fixtures

Burnley 3 - 0 West Ham United
Chelsea 2 - 0 Crystal Palace
Leicester City 2 - 0 Arsenal
Liverpool 3 - 1 Manchester City
Manchester United 3 - 1 Brighton and Hove Albion
Newcastle United 2 - 1 AFC Bournemouth
Norwich City 0 - 2 Watford
Southampton 1 - 2 Everton
Tottenham Hotspur 1 - 1 Sheffield United
Wolverhampton Wanderers 2 - 1 Aston Villa

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Premier League Headlines

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  • Dwight McNeil shares secret to his improvement !!

  • Leandro Trossard insists football professional needs to be patient

  • Daniel Farke and Norwich have reset button to press ?

  • West Ham , what has gone wrong suddenly ?

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Premier League Headlines ( In Details )

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Dwight McNeil shares secret to his improvement !! 

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Dwight McNeil has given an outstanding performance for Burnley against West Ham and his manager believes soon he will outgrow the club.

The 19-year-old was disappointed with his performance in Burnley’s defeat by Sheffield United last weekend, when he was subbed early in the second half. Sean Dyche revealed how a pep talk helped teenage star Dwight McNeil to another man-of-the-match display against West Ham.

Clarets boss Sean Dyche said: “I told him I’d kick him somewhere if he didn’t smile more. When you’re young it really hurts you when you have a bad day and he looked like that. But I reminded him, ‘you’re a professional footballer and you’re playing in the Premier League and you’re doing a fantastic job. We’re always looking, when’s the time, does he need a break? But I said to the staff, last time he had a tough one like that he bounced out of it with a great performance and he’s done that again. I’ve got belief in him, his belief is growing. Part of his development will be having a tough one and seeing if you can come out of it, and he has done, so that builds resilience and it builds belief in what you are as a player.

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Premier League Museum Editor Notes: England U21 star McNeil started his career at the Manchester United academy before leaving for Burnley in 2014. The 19-year-old has since developed into a key player for Burnley manager Sean Dyche, featuring in 11 Premier League fixtures for the Clarets this season. Dwight McNeil is one of the bright young prospects we want to see thriving in the Premier League. His mind seems to be on performing well at Burnley as of now but his reputation as he admits has started to attract big teams already. 

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Leandro Trossard insists football professional needs to be patient

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Leandro Trossard had to cover a long road to become a professional player for Genk, proving himself and then entering English Premier League after joining Brighton & Hove Albion.

Remembering told times, Leandro Trossard said ” Graham Potter wanted to change the system a little bit to get more attractive football, like attacking, more my style. I think that’s the most important thing for me, that I can fit in the team and help the team get results.”

Leandro Trossard’s old boss at Genk youth academy Koen Daerde said “Leandro had a long way to go to become a professional player for Genk because he was out on loan for three years because we didn’t think he was ready for the first team. He wasn’t mentally ready, as he was growing, to be a really competitive player for the Genk first team. He had the patience to go to smaller clubs, to work, to train and to become a better player in general, with personality.”

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Premier League Museum Editor Notes: In an age where everybody wants instant success and gratification, playing in the lower leagues away from the limelight aided Trossard’s development. Leandro Trossard is a great example for players trying but struggling to make the grade.Not everybody is ready when they are 17, 18 years old. Even if you are 20 years old you’re still a young player and you need to keep patient. That’s the difficult part these days for players… patience. Also, an important trivia to share with PREMIER LEAGUE FANS  – Genk have a famed academy, having brought through the likes of Kevin De Bruyne, Thibaut Courtois and Divock Origi. 

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Daniel Farke and Norwich have reset button to press ?

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Norwich City go into international break on the back of a seventh winless league game after gifting fellow strugglers Watford their first victory of the Premier League campaign. Daniel Farke is urgently looking for reset button and spark for inspiration.

One benefit that Daniel Farke possesses is that vast majority of the Canaries’ squad is not away on intercontinental responsibility. For his reset plan, Daniel Farke said “Christoph Zimmermann and Grant Hanley are soon to be in competition following lay-offs. The break is helping us to get some vital gamers back again after damage and my emotion is virtually now. The season commences for us then, due to the fact we have all the essential lads again. That will not indicate the players who have been on the pitch for us are not capable of successful.We will talk in the course of the next days about these faults. I will be strict and I will be straightforward because we can not hold heading on and creating these problems. Of course the confidence and the self-belief requires a strike. There is no replacement for wins. That is the circumstance you have to encounter”.

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Premier League Museum Editor Notes:  We would like to remind PREMIER LEAGUE FANS about exact year ago .Carrow Road was celebrating an incredibly dramatic 4-3 win over Millwall, as promotion belief was well and truly sparked into life. It was a comeback victory which had supporters believing that Daniel Farke was constructing something special, with Teemu Pukki coming to the fore and the Canaries sitting top of the Championship table with 17 games played. It sparked memorable celebrations, with Alex Tettey dancing a victory jig and Farke mobbed by his coaches, as a pile of City players soaked in the moment in front of the Snake Pit. It sent the Canaries into the November international break on a real high, flying out to Florida for warm weather training in Tampa, and they would barely slip out of the top two for the rest of the season.

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West Ham , what has gone wrong suddenly ?

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West Ham have now gone seven matches without a win in all competitions. So what has gone wrong with hammers after high at the start of the season when there was a real buzz around the place.

Midfielder Declan Rice said ” We’re not doing the basics properly, the simple five-yard passes, the tackling. We’ve got the international break now, the manager will get everyone together and we’ll work really hard. Eleven players win you games, you don’t win games with one or two players. Everyone has to be at it from the start of the game. If you’re not, looking at (this game), we were bullied all over the pitch being honest.” Burnley manager offering his advice to fellow manager said “You have to be mentally and physically right for every minute of Premier League football. If you’re not, you get hurt.

At the moment, Pellegrini’s team look to be an expensive underachievers. West Ham are blessed with attacking talent but potential is not being realised on the pitch.  The £24million signing Fornals has only created one ‘big chance’ and has mustered just two shots on target so far. Felipe Anderson and Manuel Lanzini, who face around two months out with a dislocated shoulder, have had 31 shots without scoring. Lukasz Fabianski’s thigh injury will sideline him for at least another six weeks yet they had one of the best reserve goalkeepers in the division, in Adrian, who has since excelled for Liverpool, and now possess perhaps the worst, in Roberto. He may have made a string of fine saves when this game was already lost, but his lack of conviction against crosses was apparent long before he punched Ashley Westwood’s corner into his own net to effectively kill his side’s chances.  The Spaniard has conceded 15 goals in his last six starts and five from set-pieces in two games alone.

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Premier League Museum Editor Notes: The absence of organization and motivation in West Ham’s current form has brought back memories of manager Manuel Pellegrini’s last season at Manchester City. There is a sense of drift, with a passive manager looking powerless to halt a slide. He seemed insipid when West Ham needed inspiration. Unfortunately for Hammers,  Pellegrini’s position gets worser as Tottenham and Chelsea are in their next two fixtures and fans could turn on him. 

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