October 2022 #128 (PDF)
In this issue:
A big interview with a former Hammer Tim Breacker
George Parris looks back at our September games: “We’ve had a fright before Halloween but we can banish our demons”
Phil Parkes wants the gaffer to be braver: “Moyes needs to stop being so cautious to turn our season around”
ExWHUemployee’s exclusive column: “There isn’t a better man on the planet for Mark Noble’s new role at West Ham”
Why look ahead to our fixtures leading up to the break for the World Cup: ‘Moyes says he’s a winner – this month’s the time to prove it’
We ask if this is the end of the road for Soucek or can he reinvent himself?
We explore if Thilo Kehrer could quickly becoming a cult hero like Dawson
We look at the career of Emerson – a player who has more than West Ham have in 40 years – and ask if we’re yet to see the best of him
We ponder if Zouma, Kehrer, Cresswell & Johnson is our best defence?
We question if Maxwel Cornet has the talent to secure a starting spot or is he better as an impact sub?
We look back at some awful VAR decisions: ‘VAR is like a hot date that hasn’t worked out. Is it time to make our excuses and say goodnight?’
We reflect on an extraordinary evening against FCSB where we’ll all remember where we were the night the Queen died
With King Arthur’s reign at West Ham seemingly over, we look back at his time in claret and blue
Claret & Hugh has the last word: ‘Moyes can’t keep blaming his regulars, ultimately the buck stops with him’
And much, much more