West Ham’s newly announced financial accounts for the 2020/2021 season were recently released and showed a record turnover of £192.7m with £31.7m profit. But the club posted a loss of £26.9m when player trading was
Last month there were major disruptions to the Premier League and other levels of English football due to the rising cases of COVID-19. Of course, as we all know COVID-19 has caused major disruptions globally
In a world ripped asunder by the evil spectre of Covid where do we turn for distraction; A pleasant diversion that concentrates the mind on something different? From the earliest days of lockdown, football almost
West Ham’s 2019/20 financial results covered an ‘unprecedented’ season when we finished 16th in the Premier League with our finances significantly impacted by COVID-19 and David Moyes replacing Manuel Pellegrini as manager in December 2019.
Last month West Ham released accounts for the financial year ending 31 May 2020. Their publication was conveniently sandwiched between the announcement that Mark Noble had signed a new deal and is leaving the club
Reviewing the state of the world with the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, strange things are happening. One of the most troubling of these developments finds me agreeing with Karren Brady. It’s not often we see eye
‘It isn’t football without the fans’ — was the well worn phrase of 2020 – uttered by every colour-clad supporter hopelessly sitting behind an electric screen on a Saturday or Sunday afternoon cheering on