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Hammers hit heights with ‘junk food’ firm

David Moyes may well be a lover of custard as he once admitted but he may not be too chuffed with himself and the boys being associated with junk food.

Declan Rice really couldn’t have known what he had started when he posted the picture of a photoshopped West Ham ‘band.’

It of course shows Jarrod Bowen on vocals, Dec on drums, Jesse Lingard on clarinet and Pablo Fornals on guitar.

Once out there it became one of the popular images out there following the fabulous defeat of Spurs at the London Stadium to ensure a surge into the Champions league.

It seems that now one of the world’s most famous firms – McDonalds – has become interested and it may only be a matter of time before we get  Hammers Hamburger.

For the fast food outfit decided this was too good an opportunity to miss and used the ‘band’ celebration on their official Twitter.

They posted a gif of West Ham’s Backstreet Moyes celebrating alongside a plug for its McChicken Sandwich.

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It appeared on Twitter and it’s other social media platforms and said:  “When you find out you can get a McChicken Sandwich for only 99p on the My McDonald’s App today.

Given how hard times are financially maybe the club will be looking for an advertising fee!



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Hugh Southon is a lifelong Iron and the founding editor of ClaretandHugh. He is a national newspaper journalist of many years experience and was Bobby Moore's 'ghost' writer during the great man's lifetime. He describes ClaretandHugh as "the Hammers daily newspaper!" Follow on Twitter @hughsouthon

6 comments on “Hammers hit heights with ‘junk food’ firm

  1. Fast food is one of the biggest culprits. Not something ANY football club should be supporting or endorsing!
    The Health Survey for England 2019 estimates that 28.0% of adults in England are obese and a further 36.2% are overweight but not obese. … The survey found that men are more likely than women to be overweight or obese (68.2% of men, 60.4% of women). People aged 45-74 are most likely to be overweight or obese.11 Jan 2021

  2. A joy being shared with many more people. Good news.

  3. Blimey Richard, your a bundle of laughs. It was a bit of fun between the lads. Why not accept it as such and enjoy it?

  4. C&H spotting an opportunity to make money from ads. Who’d have thought.

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