I’ll never forget the initial bravado and confidence of Issa Diop entering the Premier League. Standing at 6’4″ and captaining Toulouse at the age of 21, we all thought that our then manager Manuel Pellegrini
West Ham have the odd fortune of sitting on their laurels while the knockout stages of the Europa League starts this month, pitting second-placed clubs of the group stage against third-placed Champions League group stage
There are three certainties in life; West Ham being linked with every striker in the world each year, West Ham losing a ridiculous amount of money on record transfers, and death. Felipe Anderson is the
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.
In a year of unprecedented shocks, who would have thought the Moyes revolution would still be going strong in east London heading into Christmas? The team look motivated and are playing well heading into the