Our new forum is going strong with all kinds of West Ham related chatter. This is a collection of the posts which have stood out for being interesting, amusing, or insightful. This will be a regular feature, so get posting on the forum and you may see your words appear here.

Topic: Big Sam for England? 12th July 2016 at 9:56 am

User: JOB

Viva Kevin Nolan.

Topic: Tattoos, 21st July 2016 at 5:29 pm

User: Katie S

I’m definitely going to be getting a West Ham related tattoo this summer, but can’t decide what to have. I want it to be feminine but to incorporate West Ham in some way…..trying to think outside of the box, but I’m not getting very far!

Topic: Calleri….Who & Why? 31st July 2016 at 9:44 am

User: TheQuietMan

From what I have seen of Calleri & I’ve followed him from just before he moved to Boca a few years back. I honestly do think we have brought the next big Argentine striker to the club. For me there isn’t enough excitement over this deal & I think you could see us signing him permanently in January.

We all loved Tevez & his quality was there to see even in his last year at Juventus, well Calleri out-performed Tevez at Boca.

Topic: Fletcher, where does he fit? 1st August 2016 at 12:40 am

User: Richemagehtjr

I’m excited about Ashley Fletcher! Liked the look of him at Barnsley and other times I’ve seen him. Usually a composed finisher when he gets a decent chance. I’d expect him to be a good back up striker, maybe forcing Slav’s hand and getting some more game time.

Topic: Chants and songs, 11th August 2016 at 12:44 pm

User: faubert93

Oh Oh Oh he’s magic

You know

Michail Antonio-o

To tune of Pilot – Oh Ho Ho It’s Magic

Topic: The best CB partnership at the club? 23rd August 2016 at 12:20 am

User: Craig Podevin

Based on the first few games of the season, I think Collins has shown how important he is to us defensively. He’s so solid and willing to put everything on the line to protect our goal (plus he pockets ‘world class’ strikers on a regular basis).

I’d say Collins and Ogbonna as they both compliment how each other play, whereas Reid seems to be less solid than Collins and doesn’t play the ball out as well as Ogbonna.

Topic: Dedicated DS, 24th August 2016 at 1:32 pm

User: TheQuietMan

Yesterday our chairman underwent a surgical procedure on his heart and as posted by his son’s on twitter he was back to work in the recovery room. The man literally never stops he is West Ham through and through. He is even hoping to be at the game tomorrow.

I have seen over the years he has received a lot of stick and for me no surgery on your heart is small so for a man in his 60s to show that sort of dedication is fantastic. We are lucky to him as our chairman. Things will only get better for us.


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