🏟️🇬🇧 The Premier League grounds have been ranked in order of best atmosphere. 1-10:
1. St. James' Park
3. Selhurst Park
5. Stamford Bridge
6. St Mary's
8. The John Smith's Stadium
9. Craven Cottage
10. King Power Stadium
Bowel Cancer is the 4th most common cancer in the UK with 110 cases diagnosed each day.
We would like to share with you an inspirational fundraising event that a father and his 4 sons will be embarking on to support the Bobby Moore Fund for Cancer Research.
These men will be participating in a 22 mile walk on Friday 22nd February and starting at Fulham FC before heading to four locations that are significant to Bobby Moore (who sadly lost his life to Bowel Cancer). They will be laying a wreath at each of the locations.
1st) Fulham FC - Bobby played for after West Ham
2nd) Upton Park - Bobby Moore Statue
3rd) Barking - Bobby Moore's house he grew up in
4th) City Of London Cemetery
Please see details and give generously to help support the fight against Bowel Cancer -
West ham are unbeaten since the Watford game: ( 0-2 )whereas Fulham still haven’t one a away game since the beginning of the season. On paper there is only one winner⚒⚒ #westham#follow#premierleague#coyi
According to reports Chilean midfielder Gary Medel is set to leave Turkish club Besiktas in the summer window as West Ham look to return for the 31-year-old defensive midfielder. West Ham were reportedly set to sign Medel in the January window but weren’t willing to pay the given fee after being told the Chilean was free. He joined the club in 2017, making 45 league appearances for the club. Thoughts ? ——————————————————-
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Today, West Ham held a meet-up at their London Stadium store. They advertised it so much, at the West Ham vs Liverpool game, through emails and text messages. They claim they could only have 375 people in, yet advertised it so much. They allowed around 500-600 more fans queue up, without light heartedly turning them away, instead they slammed the doors on the other fans waiting.
The manager should’ve really thought about how to deal with this, instead he slammed the door on the faces of their faces. I think they forget how much the fans do for this club. They buy tickets for matches, stadium tours and also spend money on merchandise. They forget the support shown by their fans, paying the wages of the players and the rent of the stadium. The manager didn’t have the balls to tell us outside so he made 2 women security guards let us down. He made 2 innocent women tell us, when he should’ve faced the issue himself. Most of the fans were angry seeming as we queued for 3-4 hours. -
The security guard claimed that the players ‘have a strict schedule’. Please tell me what schedule they have tonight, there’s no game, no training so why couldn’t they just meet the fans waiting outside, they only went home. They claim they have time for the fans, I don’t think so when you upset all the fans outside, especially the excited young children.
If you only had space for 375 people, why keep extending and extending the amount of people in the queue, until the point when none of the staff stopped anymore people from joining. I can’t comprehend the fact that none of the staff didn’t light heartedly turn anybody away, instead you gave them false hope. -
We all sang ‘I’m Forever Blowing Bubbles’ to try and persuade the players to stay a bit longer. Like straight after, the staff slammed the door shut. smh. -
and also this Eastern European woman wouldn’t let us take a photo of any of the players💀🆗
It’s a long way from summer, but West Ham should be looking at their future. If Zabaleta leaves, will Valencia be a viable replacement?
January came and went without too much positive in the transfer market for West Ham, so it’s understandable that the management and fans alike would be looking ahead to make the best of the summer. And with Pablo Zabaleta potentially retiring in the summer, a replacement is one of the first courses of action.
With Fredericks already making a claim for that position, I think we have one or two options. Do we replace Zabaleta in a like for like, with an experienced right back who can lead the line? Or do we start building for the future and spend on a younger player who can start to push Fredericks from that direction? #westham@westham#antoniovalencia#transfer
Ryan Fredericks on Friday : ‘Of course i’d love to start on Friday night as I’ve got a lot of good memories and a lot of good friends from my time at Fulham’ , reports state he is eager to start the game which the hammers play on Friday night ! Should we play him ? ⚒⚒ #ryanfederick#westham#irons#westhamunited#eastlondon