Tag Archive | west ham analysis
It’s been spoken of at length since the the final whistle blew against Burnley but it does appear that Andy Carroll’s idiotic double lunge may well pave the way for a more attractive (not to mention effective) style of play. I’m surely not the only person who is concerned that Slav will shoehorn the big fella straight back into the starting line-up once his suspension is over and I can’t help thinking that a straight red and three game ban might have been better.
Well what an eventful day that was. Almost every West Ham fan that I spoke to before the game described their state of mind as being ‘nervous’ and I completely understood why.
Join us at full-time as we review today’s game away to Hull City.
Well this time it was my daughters turn to visit the London Stadium following my sons decision to take the season ticket for the previous game v Manchester United. Which one drew the short straw? . . . . . . . well that depends on whether you consider a thrashing or an inept refereeing performance to be worse.
He’s back . . . . . . hammerschat’s favourite guest joined us last night to preview our Boxing Day fixture and he didn’t pull any punches.
Lone strikers, Ayew, Bilic’s future, 352’s and our opposition are all up for discussion as we preview tomorrow’s game vs Hull City at the London Stadium.
Join us 1 minute after the final whistle as myself, Geo & guest discuss all the match highlights in our live review show.
It’s been a shambolic start to the season and many would say it is very much in keeping with The West Ham Way. We seem to effortlessly go from feast to famine in what is a familiar scenario for all long suffering West Ham fans.
I took my camera to the game v Watford and got far more than I bargained for.
The Hammers Chat boys are tonight looking at the game against Watford team in what could well be the game to kick-start the Irons season.