Yesterday’s article by Henry Winter in the Times hit the nail on the head when he said “Even for neutrals, it is impossible not to side instinctively with West Ham United’s aggrieved supporters in their increasingly tense stand-off with the co-owners, David Gold and David Sullivan, and Karren Brady, the club’s vice-chairman.
By Scott Davey
With games against Premier League runners up Manchester City next Sunday afternoon and Premier League winners Liverpool on Monday 24th February David Moyes has two free hits to get the right formation to integrate new signing Tomas Soucek and Jarrod Bowen.
Blog by Allen Cummings
A blog by Allen Cummings
It didn’t go well last night of course but as I look through our remaining fixtures of the season I still refuse to let my knees jerk despite accepting we are in a real relegation scrap.
West Ham – despite our problems – remains one of the most popular clubs in the UK. Next year we celebrate our 125th anniversary since the club was founded under the name Thames Ironworks FC.
Freddie Piquionne is a name that will always be associated with a torrid season under Avram Grant for West Ham United fans, although there are a few happy memories connected with the player.
With January fast approaching the Irons will inevitably be linked any number or transfer targets, free signings, permanent deals and loans as Manuel Pellegrini moves to save his dying seson