December 2020 #108 (PDF)
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Inside this issue:
*One small step for a fan, a giant leap for fankind: We hear from a few of the 2,000 who returned to London Stadium to see our clash against Manchester United
*George Parris: “Dementia’s impact means football will have to evolve”
*Phil Parkes: “West Ham have worked hard and shouldn’t feel any pressure this year”
*Neil Razor Ruddock lifts the lid on life at West Ham: ‘I had the most fun in my career when I was playing at West Ham’
*ExWHUemployee: Why losing the routine of going to football has been hard to take
*Claret & Hugh: Humble Declan Rice is starting to look like Moore on and off the pitch
*Why Seb Haller can be the new Iain Dowie is he plays his cards right next month
*Why Declan Rice reminds us how long it’s been since we had our own Lion
*We ask: Do Premier League clubs really need to have five subs available?
*Best West Ham managers over the past 20 years: Why Big Sam shouldn’t even be in the running to win this poll
*Worst penalty we’ve ever seen? There are a fair few that challenge Lookman’s against us!
*The autobiographies about ex West Ham players that’ll give you a glimpse of the lives behind the headlines