West Ham has launched a new section on whufc.com dedicated to the legacy of the Boleyn Ground Memorial Garden.
Ray Stewart: Brilliant Irons don’t need protest madness
CandH’s exclusive blogger Ray Stewart is – like the rest of us – as chuffed as he’s ever been with the Hammers progress and takes a look at tonight’s match. However, he’s worried about one issue – the planned protest for Sunday when Brentford are the visitors, Here he discusses the game and the side issue.
McAvennie: Mooro v Rice
Such has been the phenomenal rise of Declan Rice that it has been mentioned in personal conversations that he could soon pass Bobby Moore in terms of playing ability with one guy telling me there is more in his game than Mooro’s. We put the suggestion on Frank McAvennie in a recent interview. Here’s his response.
Hammers aiming for more financial rewards
West Ham will add another £630,000 to their earnings from the Europa Cup should they beat Rapid Vienna at the London Stadium tonight (Thursday).
Blog: 40 years on I’ve never been more excited
Exciting times …game upon game and winning far more regular than anything else. In this blog CandH follower Neil Down Under surely sums up the feelings of many of us as the miraculous turnaround in Hammers fortunes continues.
Declan aiming to skip into Europa round of 16
Declan Rice – having revealed in his last interview that he is happier at West Ham and more settled than hee has ever been – is expecting the fans to turn on the style when Rapid Vienna come vising tonight.
West Ham could face Barcelona
The prospect of West Ham facing Barcelona in the Europa League competition moved a step closer after they crumbled to another 3-0 Champions Lagu defeat.
Hammer laid to rest at London Stadium
The ashes of Hammer Martin Peters have been interred within the foundations of the new statue at London Stadium celebrating our three 1966 World Cup winners.