In an interview for Football.London West Ham joint chairman David Gold says it now feels much better at London Stadium. The team is doing better on the pitch and Hammers’ supporters finally seem to be getting accustomed at their new home.
Gold told Football.London : “I absolutely agree it feels more like home, especially in recent games. You have to win a few and we have started to do that now. Wherever you go, whether you have been here 100 years or one year, if you’re losing games they are unhappy.”
“They want to win games. Two things are happening, we are winning games and we are settling in. It’s feeling like home, we are solving the problems which are inevitable when you move, but we are solving them.”
Do you agree with David Gold. Is the London Stadium starting to feel like home?
I loved it the moment that I first walked in there and it is the best thing that has happened to this club for a very long time. Spurs would be there if we weren’t. They would be right on our doorstep and claiming the vast catchment area that we have. 60,000 attendances for a medium sized club who haven’t won anything for nearly 40 years – not bad eh?
Bang on the money E20. It’s called progress and it will secure all our tomorrows. Those that only live for all our yesterdays will get left behind. The stadium and the experience will improve Year on Year and I can’t wait to see us grow into the place. COYIs.
I cannot even contemplate not going to watch our boys in claret & blue because i dont like a stadium.Its slightly beyond me that fans can suddenly stop going to watch us.Its their call & thats cool i just know i couldnt do it.
I hope the miseries do give up their season tickets there are a lot of us on the waiting list that would appreciate them. Like E20 I loved the place the first time I went there and that has just increased.