You are all invited to attend the next meeting of WHUISA which will take place this Saturday, 5 November at the Hammers Social Club (HSC) in Castle Street next to the old (Boleyn) ground.
The rights of the vast majority of live televised men’s football matches are claimed between Sky and BT Sport whilst commercial radio stations are able to commentate on live football.
Deputy Editor Gordon Thrower takes a look at the reporting of recent events in E20 and wonders if some reporters were actually at the same match as he was...?
The meeting was well attended by around 75 people. The West Ham United Supporters Club (SC) was represented by its Chair and two committee members.
West Ham’s last season was truly remarkable. Just remember how it began, the Hammers managed three consecutive away wins against Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester City. Many argue that Slaven raised the expectations in his initial season, so that now people expect too much of him and the team.
All West Ham fans are cordially invited to the Hammers Social Club in Castle Street next to the Boleyn Ground for the second meeting to form an Independent Supporters' Trust.
First things first. Sometime recently I got my football team back. They’d got lost along the way from the Boleyn to Stratford, and I‘d missed them.
Here is a brief summary of the meeting of the Hammers Supporters Club. There was broad agreement to work towards two initial aims:
I’m tempted to suggest that the one thing we should not be doing at present is shooting the messenger…particularly if Simone Zaza is pulling the trigger, because he’d miss!