West Ham United's 'Robust' Response To 'Watfordgate'

The groundswell of opinion among fans and the massively negative press that followed the 2-4 defeat to Watford at the London Stadium has, as expected, invoked an immediate response from the club with the blame for events being firmly placed on the stadium management and particularly on the security company they use. The 'robust' response on the club's official website is as follows:

West Ham Stadium Issues Won't Go Away Without Urgent Action

From the beginning of the season It was only to be expected that there would be more than a fair share of media coverage given to any negativity with regards to West Ham United's tenure of the London Stadium, given the jealousy surrounding and muck raking involved in the decision process to appoint Hammers as the anchor tenancy, despite it being the only realistic option to avoid having a 'white elephant' stadium as has happened in other host countries.

Schyzophrenic Hammers In Need Of Therapy

West Ham United's line up for the Watford match was impressive, and despite the odd early warning sign everything was going to plan for the first 40 minutes. Two goals from Michail Antonio, the second a work of art created by Dimitri Payet seemed to have set Hammers on route for a resounding victory, and then the ginger pele had a moment of madness by dispossessing his own keeper and giving the ball to the opposition who promptly scored! Two minutes later, another catastrophic error, this time by Winston Reid, saw the visitors score again and turn the game round on it's head.

West Ham United v Watford FC Team Sheets

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We Don't Like Tottenham But! Updated

We don't like Spurs, and probably have a disproportionate dislike for all things Tottenham, but we would appeal to anyone who knows a Spuds fan or if any read this: Would you please put your ear to the ground and help find this low life!

The 'Real' (Not Madrid) Season Starts On Saturday

For those traditionalists who were brought up on 3pm saturday kick offs this weekend will come as something of a relief, West Ham and Watford fans will be able to go back, albeit briefly to a sense of time before football schedules were dictated by the TV companies. This will be West Ham United's first Barclays Premier League match at the London Stadium to start at 3pm, in fact it will be their first match of the entire season to start at the traditional time!

Replacement Season Tickets Dispatched

By now most season ticket holders should have received their replacement entry cards to the London Stadium, the need for the replacements is because the entry points were becoming choked by too many fans using the incorrect entrance for where their seats were, thus causing a lot of unnecessary congestion on the walkways. Why this 'glitch' wasn't anticipated is up for debate, but at least it should be sorted now, so happy days unless your new entry card hasn't arrived!

Slav Wants Dimi To Start For West Ham Against Watford

Ahead of this saturdays's Barclays Premier League fixture against Watford Fc at the London Stadium, West Ham manager Slaven Bilic has held his obligatory press conference expressing his appreciation of Watford, his need to have Dimitri Payet back and firing on all cylinders and his appraisal of Michail Antonio's confidence!

Questionable London Stadium Stewarding- Da Vinci's Code?

Ahead of the West Ham United versus Watford FC Barclays Premier League fixture at The London Stadium there are genuine concerns about the level and standard of stewardship on match days, it is indeed fortunate that none of the first three fixtures were against teams that have fans who aren't generally 'in your face', this will of course change when certain other clubs visit. It could be argued that there will be so few opposition fans pro rata that there shouldn't really be an issue, but the problem is it only takes a few to effect many.

Sakho Update

The troubled enigma that is Diafra Sakho has an agent named Mark Mc Kay, son of the legendary (at least to the tax authorities) football agent Willie Mc Kay, Mc Kay Jnr also represents Dimitri Payet. West Ham fans will recall Jacques Olivier Auguste (Dimi's french agent) spitting his dummy out when Dimitri had the temerity to actually say something about how happy and content he was at West Ham United, without the permission of his agent! Heaven forbid trusting a player to do the 'right' thing heh?, well Mark Mc Kay has no such worries with 'the Sakman'.


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