When Irons Supporting Foodbanks formed a partnership with Newham Foodbank and began collecting together at the London Stadium at the end of December 2019, nobody could have predicted the situation 18 months later. Initially set
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
West Ham appointed four new directors at the beginning of January but no one really knows why. With no announcement or explanation from the club, supporters clamoured for answers amid a myriad of theories –
David Moyes recently vowed to avoid ‘over-promising the West Ham fans’ when asked what his team could achieve this season. Granted that was before the Hammers lost 3-0 at Chelsea and failed to beat relegation-threatened
Making a sensible and realistic appraisal of West Ham United’s place in football generally and among its own supporters right now is a mystery which even Sherlock Holmes may have issues solving. The past 10