Hammers fans of all ages are well used to the club being a bit of a circus, but there are some media outlets that go above and beyond when it comes to 'driving' traffic to their websites with spurious 'Hammers News'! Some might say"more fool those who follow the bait", whereas others might allude to the fact that fans will look at virtually anything relating to their club, particularly during times of crisis.
Well the club IS in crisis, the players are doing their very best to dig themselves out of the gaping hole Dino Moyes' outdated tactics have dropped them in and generally the spirit among ALL the players is positive with many publicly stating that they are up for the fight to avoid relegation.
Indeed six points from three games is the sort of return required to maintain Hammers top flight status and that is what they have achieved, unfortunately there are some really difficult fixtures ahead and points will be hard to come by, especially in the fixtures against Arsenal, City, Liverpool and Man United.
However just when everyone who supports the club should be doing their best to be positive, certain sites insist on click bait headlines regarding spurious and unfounded rumours regarding players irrespective of the damage they might cause and most definitely without one iota of truthfulness!
Further investigation reveals these 'articles' actually have NO REAL content and appear to be written by students doing their course work! We have nothing against students but would ask site administrators to at least look at the content they are carrying on occasions.
Now is the time for all good fans AND websites that claim to be for the fans to come to the aid of the club, there will be plenty of time for back biting, bickering and of course click baiting, once the club is safe!
So if you ARE going to submit 'click bait' (they know who they are) at least attempt to have some degree of integrity within the process! - Ed