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Sean’s Blogs

Former Hammer in fall out with Palace fans

Former Hammer James Tomkins allegedly fell out with Crystal Palace fans away at Stoke at the weekend. Unconfirmed Internet reports- and they are only reports –  suggest he told disgruntled Palace fans to ‘Foxtrot Oscar’ at full time after prolonged abuse of the team during the game. Palace remain in deep trouble sitting second from […]

Super bowl comparisons with Hammers

I couldn’t help but feel sorry for the Atalanta Falcons in the early hours of this morning. There they were 28-3 ahead at the third quarter only for the New England Patriots draw level 28-28 before full time in dramatic fashion with the Patriots going on to win the Superbowl 38-28 in extra time (over […]

West Ham’s thirty goal partnership

Andy Carroll has scored six goals from twelve Premier League apperances in the fist half of the season while Michail Antonio has scored eight goals from twenty two premier League appearances. Their fourteen goals between them could mean they could be on for a thirty goal plus partnership between them by May. Carroll scored his […]

Southampton win was just the tonic we needed

Despite the disappointing 4-0 loss on Wednesday a loyal Claret and Blue away army of 3,388 supporters made the journey to the south coast on Saturday morning. I had that sinking feeling again after Southampton went one nil up after just twelve minutes, the goal at first looked offside but TV replays showed that Winston Reid […]

West Ham fans United at London Stadium

For probably the first time this season West Ham supporters were UNITED in one simple common goal. No difference of opinion about standing or sitting, the popcorn, the stewards, the distance from the pitch or the walk to and from the station. Everyone was UNITED in their disgust of Payet’s behaviour in his refusal to […]

Payet is not bigger than West Ham

They say no one man is bigger than the club, that was true of Bobby Moore, Paolo Di Canio and now Dimitri Payet. In a strange way his departure may revitalise the team as Bilic appeared to build the team around Payet so when he didn’t turn up, the team didn’t seem to work. For […]

West Ham’s Best moments of 2016

As 2016 draws to an end we recap on the best moments of the year. 2nd January 2016. West Ham do the double over Liverpool for the first time in 53 years with two headed goals from Andy Carroll and Michail Antonio to seal a two nil win at home. 9th February 2016. West Ham […]

West Ham ask Chelsea, Arsenal, Manchester City, Manchester United and Liverpool for help

West Ham have allegedly sent a letter to some the Premier League’s top clubs ahead of the January transfer window as part of a bid to boost their squad with Premier League experienced players claim the Daily Telegraph. The reports claim the Hammers have made specific enquiries over Michy Batshuayi, Daniel Sturridge, Carl Jenkinson, Mathieu Debuchy, […]

Subdued London Stadium

For the fifty thousand plus supporters who attended last night’s win it was probably the most subdued atmosphere I have experienced all season.  Apart from the applause for both the departed young fan Jack Howard and  West Ham player/youth coach Peter Brabrook, the place was quiet for the majority of the match and any singing […]

The London Stadium blame game

Today at 10am is the latest episode of the London Stadium blame game as career politicians from the London Assembly look blame anyone except themselves for the security and policing issues that have surround the former Olympic Stadium since August. West Ham’s invitation must have got lost in the post as they are no club […]