Goodbye Arnie

The rumours of a potential Arnautovic departure have certainly shaken up the West Ham fan base in recent weeks, leaving plenty for us to discuss. Having quickly established himself as the club’s leading man, it’s come as a surprise to many to hear his brother/agent come out and say he’s looking to leave. Initially, this…

Best of 2018: The Biggest Laugh

When it comes to videos which made us laugh in 2018, there are two which spring to mind.   The first? Charlie Austin’s furious rant after a disallowed goal against Watford, put to the tune of Parklife:   Next up… This KFC advert making fun of Neymar and combining two of my favourite things… football…

Best of 2018: Taking Support To New Heights

In the lead up to Christmas, Hollseey is running through the ultimate sporting moments of 2018, and exactly what made them so special. First up, we have somebody who showed more dedication to his team than anybody else on the planet. Seriously. This man had been banned from entering the stadium as his home team,…

A Cheeky Update

The festive season is upon us and I’ve come to the realisation I’ve been neglecting my blog enormously over the last month or so. So here’s a brief mixture of everything that’s been going on: My role at work has changed a fair bit, giving me new challenges and opportunities every day West Ham have…

Goodbye Pellegrini

News surfaced that Pellegrini was returning to Chile for a few days during the international break, and I for one am glad. I know this isn’t an opinion everyone shares, but hear me out… While I’m fully aware footballers and managers are paid millions, I still believe they should have some quality of life and…

West Ham… The Age Old Question

For seasons, the age of our players has been a talking point. Last season saw fans become more frustrated than ever before, signing a 36-year-old Evra, 30-year-old Hart and a 30-year-old Snodgrass, not helped by a poor run of results. We seem to have reached a turning point, with Evra departing and a string of…

A Positive Pre-Season

Pre-season has seen positivity return to the West Ham fan base, boosted by a visible display of financial investment and ambition. Currently boasting the sixth highest spend in the transfer window, we have spent an enormous £85 million, beaten only by Juventus (£200m), Liverpool (£171m), Roma (£99m) and Barcelona (£97m). Some great business has been…