Slaven Bilic’s job prospects may have been causing a few more frowns than usual this week but he can take another step towards securing his future tomorrow. The upturn in results has of course helped enormously but a mini slump needs to be corrected fast at the London Stadium tomorrow. Given how deep in the […]
Last night I sat down with Geo to discuss all the weeks happenings at West Ham with Slav’s future high on the agenda. We also spoke about ticket renewals, what we can expect from the remainder of the season, Mark Noble as well as answering questions from fellow hammers.
Not much to cheer about yesterday . . . . . well that’s not strictly true because as you’ll see from the video there was plenty to cheer about but also quite a lot to moan about too. The away fans as always were in spectacular voice and Bournemouth missing two penalties certainly helped the […]
Not a classic by any stretch of the imagination, we weren’t outclassed or humiliated but neither did we give Chelsea much cause for concern. As usual I took my camera to the London Stadium for the rearranged fixture against our London rivals but left wishing that Sky had not moved the game. I’m not sure […]
Join myself and Geo at the final whistle for post match analysis as we look to overcome a 1-0 half-time deficit away to Watford. Simply click on the link a few moments after the game has ended and we’ll be discussing all the starting line-up, substitutions and match incidents.
Our informal online chat about all things West Ham is back as we field questions and discuss the last week’s goings-on in the world of the Hammers. Linked players, loanees, the return of Sakho and Ayew, Bilic, Mark Noble and a lot more will all be covered in the live show at 8:30pm. So sit […]
No Talk a Good Game yesterday but I’ve decided to review yesterdays result following a night’s sleep. What certainly felt like a loss at the time due to the injury time goal was probably on reflection not the worst result in the world. Here are my thoughts.
After a stunning final season at Upton Park, hopes were high about West Ham United’s move to their new stadium. The first half season at the London Stadium has been difficult, but there is still great optimism the move will pay off. The rental cost of £2.5 million per year (with additional payments to be […]
Some days like Man City last Wednesday are just a complete washout. You leave work early, travel through London during rush-hour, witness a 4-0 thrashing then queue for ages only to miss your connecting train.. . . . . . . . all part of being a West Ham fan really. Other days however are […]