Join us as we take a look back at the 2015/16 season through the eyes of KUMB Editor Graeme Howlett, who penned a weekly column for the Echo newspaper throughout the campaign.
Following the departure of Sam Allardyce, a plethora of names were being touted for the vacant West Ham manager’s position.
We take a look back at the 2015/16 season through the eyes of KUMB Editor Graeme Howlett, who penned a weekly column for the Echo newspaper throughout the campaign...
Although we ended up 7th, a lot of people - including me - will be disappointed by that. But this has been an amazing season to be a West Ham fan for so many reasons.
It was December 26th 1982, Swansea City were the visitors to Upton Park and I was standing on a wooden foldaway seat at the back of the North Stand at the grand old age of eight years old with my dad.
Wow. We've been beaten twice, hailed as legends, fans branded as thugs and blown our chances of automatic European qualification…and it’s down to Manchester United to save us. All I can say is, don’t hold your breath folks.
It was a hugely emotional night as West Ham United FC bade farewell to its spiritual home, The Boleyn Ground, last Tuesday evening.
With headlines of 'Carnage' in the media, the attack on the Manchester United bus prior to the last match that West Ham United would play at the Boleyn Ground, overshadowed what was a brilliant send off and an amazing game and celebration.