Sean Whetstone

Mystery of West Ham John Lyall gates resolved

The mystery of what happened to the remaining West Ham John Lyall gates has finally been resolved. The three remaining gates which were put up for auction last year through Hilco with a live auction and webcast at the Boleyn Ground in June was purchased by former West Ham chairman Terry Brown. Three of the […]

West Ham squad arrive home

The West Ham squad are arriving home this evening from their five day warm weather training in Dubai.  Many of the squad boarded a Emirates flight in business class earlier today for the seven hour flight back to London and others will follow on. ClaretandHugh have been told that the West Ham squad are on […]

Mayor struggling with London Stadium investigation

The London Mayor, Sadiq Khan is struggling to find an auditing company to take on the independent review of the London Stadium transformation over-spend and spiraling running costs. He announced his inquiry on 1st November last year but many companies have reportedly ruled themselves out through conflict of interest as they were involved in the former […]

Boleyn Developers warned of risk of unexploded ordnance

A report commissioned by developers Barratt London has revealed a medium to high risk of unexploded ordnance underneath the Boleyn Ground stadium and surrounding lands once used by West Ham. The ground investigation report by RSA Geotechnics was submitted as part of planning documentation to Newham to again permission to build 842 flats on the […]

Kouyate shows off his dancing moves

Team mates Jonathan Callerri and Diafra Sakho were happy to post video of their mate Cheikhou Kouyate dancing in a restaurant in Dubai. The team went out on Saturday night in UAE as part of their team bonding during their five day warm weather training. The squad are due to return back to the UK […]

Mark Noble is not dirty

Jim Daly of the Daily Mirror has ranked West Ham’s Mark Noble as one of the dirtiest players in the Premier League. Mr Daly included Nobes in a top ten of players rival fans love to hate suggesting our captain was hated by rival fans. Daily wrote: “The nastiest type of midfielder possible masked under […]

West Ham Supporters Club call an emergency meeting

The West Ham Supporters Club also known as the Hammers Social Club in Castle Street held an Emergency General Meeting (EGM) last week called by its members to decide whether to close their doors or not. Claret and Hugh understand the social club is losing around £7,000 per month and has been doing so since West […]

West Ham fans agree with Gold on London Stadium

West Ham supporters agree that the club have turned a corner in their new home and it is starting to feel like home. Yesterday we ran a story that West Ham joint Chairman David Gold said: “I absolutely agree it feels more like home, especially in recent games”   On the back of Mr Gold’s comments we […]

Gold honours former Hammers manager

David Gold has honoured former West Ham manager Charlie Paynter. Paynter first became involved with West Ham as an unpaid helper in 1897. In 1900 Paynter joined the Hammers as a player however, he never played for the first-team after he suffered a career ending injury. The club appointed him reserve-team trainer in 1902. He was […]

Poll: Does the London Stadium feel more like home?

In an interview for Football.London West Ham joint chairman David Gold says it now feels much better at London Stadium. The team is doing better on the pitch and Hammers’ supporters finally seem to be getting accustomed at their new home. Gold told Football.London : “I absolutely agree it feels more like home, especially in recent games. […]