There you go. Just for a change itís only about the football. I know itís hard to believe in our season of despair, but it only takes sticking it up Chelsea to bring about a show of much needed unity.
So where did it all go wrong, David? There you were, perched up above your own Directorsí Box, looking like an extra in a Peaky Blinders episode with that new cap, and peering over the glass barricade while wondering just why you are so, so disliked.
It's been a while.
I've lit the sandalwood candle, massaged Blue Tansy oil into my wrists while visualising a comfortable three-nothing victory... and as a precaution the Crisis Support Line is on speed dial. Come On You Irons.
Stadium owners the London Legacy Development Corporation have made the first move in an attempt to improve relations with the club.
West Ham United face a crucial couple of months as they aim to avoid relegation from the Premier League.
Surely it could have been better than this? Just how did it get to a stage when our fan base was so fractured and split that you wondered how many felt they didnít want to be part of it any more.
I am an American. I have no familial ties to the East End, and I have only been to one West Ham United match in my entire life (a 0-0 draw with Stoke during the final season at the Boleyn). So I forgive you if you decide to read no further or question the value of my opinion as an outsider.
I often wonder about these articles. What value do they serve, really, beyond allowing me to engage in something I like to do?
There were several pitch invasions at football games last week in Europe but the one at the London Stadium wasn't one of them; I'd call it a trespass. For context at a pitch invasion in Greece on Sunday someone actually brandished a gun!