As many of you will have seen, Cheap Panini are drawing every single one of the 682 Panini World Cup stickers for charity. Kicking off at the same time as the World Cup and finishing in time for the final, Alex and Sian have 32 days to complete around 170 hours of drawing between them……
With so much to look forward to next season, I asked for some of you to fire questions at me, and here are the answers:
It’s currently day 10 of my #30DayChallenge and there’s already been great feedback, but now it’s time for YOU to get involved.
Possibly my favourite story of the year so far… Greggs rebranded and served their food in a pop-up deli, at London’s Gourmet Foodie Festival. Foodies were wowed by the unheard of ‘Gregory and Gregory’ brand, detailing what they loved so much about their delicious foods… before the signs were flipped to reveal the dreaded Greggs…
The news of Pellegrini being announced as our new manager brought both excitement and relief. Proven in many of the world’s top leagues, the Chilean has been a beacon of hope for many, signifying the start of what could potentially be a brilliant 2018/19 season. Here’s why:
It’s not all been doom and gloom at West Ham this season, with reasons to celebrate, albeit in between the stress. Here are just a few of the reasons we can look back at the season in a positive light.
It’s time to take a look at our managerial situation. Moyes’ appointment underwhelmed many, and a rollercoaster of a season has left many wondering exactly what went wrong.
If somebody had told me West Ham would finish 13th in the Premier League, I’d have laughed a few months ago.
To celebrate the end of the week, today’s blog celebrates the good news stories in football. Here are my three highlights of the week:
I truly believe we have saved our season in the last few weeks. Having not found any sort of form, we seemed as though no game was a given when it comes to picking up points, but my faith in West Ham has been restored in recent games. So what’s changed? Behind the scenes, I…