Our Canadian Hammer Paul is back for the first time since the Burnley game to give his opinions on all things West Ham.
The Blowing Bubbles team asked me some tough questions based on the March edition of their monthly magazine and as expected the replies we’re not exactly uplifting. In what is perhaps the toughest period West Ham have faced in recent years we look at exactly what has got us into this mess.
It’s funny how the optimist inside of us often surfaces despite all of the available evidence. There was no reason for me to expect a victory against Burnley given our respective recent form and league standings. Sean Dyche is a manager in the ascendancy and ours is one who has failed in his last three jobs and has the lowest basic wage of any manager in the Premier League.
Our Canadian Hammer Paul has sent in a video with his thoughts on the last two weeks at West Ham. No marches or financial accounts thankfully but a damning overview of the heavy defeats against Liverpool and Swansea.
David Gold was tonight forced from his car by angry hammers fans following the defeat at Swansea. Here is the response from Hammers Chats Gonzo after the footage emerged on twitter.
Join myself and Geo as soon when the referee blows the whistle for half-time for some Hammers based analysis of the Swansea V West Ham.
Social media seems to be in meltdown regarding the on/off march in Stratford on March 10th but you’ll excuse me if I distract you for a moment.
Unapologetically I bring you a video about our football team.
The is the second part of our debate series where a few Hammers fans sit down in a room to discuss one subject. In our first episode it was David Moyes who was put under the microscope and for the second video we take a look at the upcoming protest march.
Finally Javier Hernandez is being deployed in his favoured position and it’s not surprising that the run of games has yielded goals and assists.