I enjoy reading the various opinions of supporters as it constantly shows the glass half full/half empty emotions of us, the West Ham fans.
Throughout the football season, KUMB Editor Graeme Howlett pens a weekly column for Echo Newspapers.
On the day that Slaven Bilic was appointed as the new manager of West Ham United, we asked the KUMB Writers for their views on the appointment.
Heís been linked with the job since last summer and finally Slaven Bilić has been named as the 15th manager in West Ham United's history.
First things first; I am pleased with the appointment of Slaven Bilic as the 15th West Ham manager.
Welcome back, Slaven. If you turn out to be as good a manager for us as you were a player. No buggering off to Everton! I jest...
West Ham United, through its unofficial press officer Dave Sullivan earlier today (Tuesday 9th) announced Slaven Bilic as the 15th permanent manager of the Hammers. Of all the options out there and names in the frame for the position, the sensible choice has been made.
On the first weekend in February, when West Ham took on Manchester United at home, there were rumours going around that one fan was bringing a Nolan out banner to brandish in the Bobby Moore Stand. Iíve seen banners calling for managers to be sacked, but for captains? Unheard of.
Throughout the football season, KUMB Editor Graeme Howlett pens a weekly column for Echo Newspapers. Join us as we take a look back at the highs and lows of the 2014/15 season, with our eyes today firmly affixed on October 2014...
Further to the departure of Sam Allardyce, the press have been guessing who the new manager will be at West Ham, and it seems the linked names are dropping like flies.