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.
Qualifying for Euro 2020 was a breeze for England, winning seven and losing just once against the Czech Republic in Prague, as they comfortably topped Group A by a margin of six points.
Hammer of the year Lukasz Fabiansli could well be proving the vital miss for the Hammers this season.
Next week the club will meet with the West Ham United Official Supporters’ Board ticketing sub-group made up of five WHUOSB members and five additional supporters who previously applied for the OSB including one away season ticket holder.
A report has emerged this morning that Marko Arnautovic is growing increasingly frustrated with life on the West Ham bench and that the Hammers could be facing a summer of transfer discontent.
The Felipe Anderson debate gets fiercer by the day and although sides are being taken there’s a very sensible mass of people sitting on the fence and giving the Brazilian time to find his feet.
So just how bad are things!