I would like to ask David Sullivan and co. the question of how they envisaged the 'next level' upon moving stadium.
It has been announced that supporters group Hammers United intend to stage a static protest prior to West Ham United's next home Premier League fixture against Everton on 18 January.
On New Year's Eve it was announced that supporters' group Hammers United would be staging a protest against the club's current owners and their stewardship of the club.
When the West Ham Board let David Moyes go at the end of his short contract 18 months ago it was with the promise of a bright new future with superstar manager and serial winner Manuel Pellegrini.
On a personal level, I have realised that I am in a relationship with West Ham United.
We are witnessing the death of the impossible dream. The dream sold to West Ham fans as the way to the next level, Champions League football in five years and all that. So we waved goodbye to Upton Park and prepared for the good times.
The West Ham board have been doing stupid things. It's The H List bat signal.
If you need an admission that David Sullivan's ownership has a ceiling, it's David Moyes. It was proof the first time and it is again even more so the second time.
West Ham's dealings in the transfer market since the arrival of Chairman David Sullivan have been little short of disgraceful.
Manuel Pellegrini is under heavy pressure. His West Ham is way below the projected position, and for the moment, the Chilean manager is the biggest favourite in the Premier League to lose his job.