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For crying out loud...


Filed: Thursday, 15th February 2018
By: Staff Writer


It's fair to say that us West Ham United supporters can be an emotional lot.

It goes without saying that some of West Ham's football over the years has been enough to reduce many supporters to tears. So with that in mind, we asked our followers on social media if they could recall the first time West Ham made them cry - whether through joy or unbridled anguish.

Unsurprisingly, the two events that led to most tearful episodes are relegation and losing major finals - with the 2011 relegation and the 2006 FA Cup penalty shootout defeat against Liverpool still fresh in many minds.

The best of you responses we bring you below...


Relegations










Cup Catastrophes

















For Crying Out Loud
















Tears of Joy










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