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Sean’s Blogs

Clarity required over ballot process

There is limited information about how West Ham’s season ticket ballot process will work when limited capacities are introduced in October.

Alternative West Ham player ratings

We usually allow Niall McDonald to hand out the marks but as it is the last game of the Premier League I thought I would add my alternative West Ham player ratings which tend to be a little harsher!

Potential inbound and outbound transfers

By Sean Whetstone 

Hornets, Cherries & Villians victories wipe out Canaries result

West Ham result over Norwich City appeared to move the Hammers closer to safety after four great goals from Michail Antonio.

Don’t panic! Hammers suffer narrow defeat

If you read social media last night after West Ham’s narrow 1-0 defeat to Burnley you would think we had already been relegated and we had the worst manager/ players in the Premier League. Burnley was always going to be a hard game and they are difficult to beat which is why they are pushing for a European place this season.¬† Sean Dyche’s plan to stop West Ham playing our game worked a treat and Burnley are one-nil specialists.

Hammers move towards safety

What a difference a week makes!

The case for Yarmolenko

Blog by Sean Whetstone

Same old West Ham

After 105 days without West Ham football and therefore no defeat for three months it was inevitable our restart would not start the way we would have hoped. That is, of course, the West Ham way and it started early with the team news that Seb Haller and Angelo Ogbonna were out injured despite 3 months of not playing.

My West Ham starting lineup

West Ham manager David Moyes has some big decisions on his hands on Saturday but it will be a squad game to complete nine fixtures in just five weeks.

West Ham doesn’t have a magic money tree

There is a common misconception that rich Premier League clubs have unlimited cash available from their rich billionaire owners.