You may have seen an article on the club’s official web site recently regarding a volunteering trip to Kenya with the West Ham United Community Sports Trust and African Adventures.
There are defining moments in every manager's career, and Saturday’s stunning victory over a Liverpool club that has become too cocky for their own good will go down as one such moment for Sam Allardyce.
In response to the estimable Mr Walker's latest opinion piece, "thanks heavens" I would never say, sir!
There is currently a thread on the KUMB forums at the moment, asking forum members to post a picture they feel sums up the club the best. It contains the usual self depreciating humour that seemingly you need to possess if you are a fan of the Hammers.
Well, if this is the brave new world we have been craving, bring it on, even if I wonder whether my blood pressure can stand the strain.
The Iron Hammers will be travelling north to Old Trafford on 27th September as they prepare to take on this season's no-hopers, Manchester United.
Sam Allardyce is currently the bookies favourite to be the next manager out of a job. I think this is a safe bet but I also, more controversially I imagine, think this is unfair.
Being West Ham fans we’re used to frequent ups and downs; the start of the 2014/15 season has been no different.
Despite a poor pre-season,there were reasons for optimism. Eight new signings (so far), including one of our best signings in years in Kouyate.
West Ham bounced back from a disappointing opening day defeat to Tottenham by seeing off Crystal Palace last week, and will go into their next match against Southampton feeling confident.