KUMB member 'Lyall Out' remembers former manager John Lyall, eight years to the day since he died unexpectedly at the age of just 66...
West Hamís history-making 1964 FA Cup winners will be honoured at the Boleyn on Saturday to mark the pending 50th anniversary of our clubís first major trophy triumph.
And now for something rather different! Here's an interesting snippet in the BBC's Gossip Column, Thursday 10th.
First off I want to say Sam Allardyce is a very lucky man, lucky to have great owners, lucky to have such accepting fans. More importantly, lucky that the owners made his mess worse and then honourably took their share of sorting the mess out.
It is now two weeks since West Ham were booed off against Hull City. Since then the Hammers have beaten Sunderland at the Stadium of Light and lost in controversial circumstances against title-chasing Liverpool.
It felt like old times at the Boleyn on Sunday, I left the ground feeling proud of my team even though we had played well and still lost to one of the big boys.
I hope Hammerhead doesn't mind me quoting his lengthy and well argued post on Staff's Liverpool match report as the basis of this opinion piece. I've had in the back of my mind for some time the notion of writing something about refereeing.
The win against Sunderland has everyone in the media and on the KUMB forums talking about WHUFC being safe for another season due to being on 37 points.
The fear is growing that West Ham are going to allow one of the most significant dates in our history to drift awy with barely a passing glance.
Join us as we cast our eyes back at previous encounters between West Ham and tonight's opponents and pick our three favourite games...