The radio show which is hosted on phoenix FM is every Wednesday at 7pm as blogger’s Sex, Drugs and Carlton Cole chat with twitter social account, Exwhuemployee about all the latest news and gossip surrounding the club.
You will be able to listen to the radio show live on Hammers Chat from 6.55pm each week and will be available on playback too.
You can listen to last weeks show here:
More money, more problems!
by Kevin Slade on November 16, 2018 at 6:02 pm
On wednesday evening, myself, Dave, and Ex had a discussion in great detail regarding Marko Arnautovic’s future, and his agent (whom is also his brother) on the radio show. In light of that very discussion, news has emerged from well established media outlets today, that the Austrian is demanding £200,000 per week from the club.… The post More money, more problems! appeared first on The West Ham Way. […]
Great Expectations: Pellegrini’s Struggles and Successes So Far
by Emily Pulham on November 15, 2018 at 9:41 pm
Written by : Joe Levy Manuel Pellegrini’s return to English football after a two year sabbatical in China left people in equal measures both excited and fearful. Excited at the thought of no longer seeing Moyes prowl the touchline, with the idea of free-flowing football gracing the London Stadium. Fearful that with the tools at… The post Great Expectations: Pellegrini’s Struggles and Successes So Far appeared first on The West Ham Way. […]
Samir Nasri? Fat chance!
by Kevin Slade on November 13, 2018 at 8:03 pm
215 appearances, 38 assists, 36 goals, 2 championship titles. That’s quite an impressive Premier League record for a midfielder, isn’t it? But if i told you these statistics belong to a certain Samir Nasri, you’d more than likely want to dodge this player like a walk down Green Street avoiding the gutter-ridden shit that’s come… The post Samir Nasri? Fat chance! appeared first on The West Ham Way. […]
The Curious Case of Javier Hernandez
by Emily Pulham on November 12, 2018 at 9:41 pm
Written by: @benfleet_hammer I haven’t seen such excitement about a signing in my lifetime as a West Ham fan. Sure, Felipe Anderson’s price tag drummed up some excitement and the stats behind the arrival of Dimitri Payet had many fans dreaming of what could come – but the signing of Javier Hernandez inspired euphoria for… The post The Curious Case of Javier Hernandez appeared first on The West Ham Way. […]
Huddersfield Town v West Ham – Match Preview
by Brian Knox on November 10, 2018 at 1:44 pm
10/11/2018 Deportivo Hammer What a great performance and more importantly, victory last week against Burnley. I, like most fans I’m sure, felt deflated when substitute Wood headed in their second equaliser of the game. But West Ham and more Anderson were not done yet. scoring 2 more goals to give us the win and 3… The post Huddersfield Town v West Ham – Match Preview appeared first on The West Ham Way. […]
Bobby Moore: Remembering England’s Greatest Son
by Emily Pulham on November 10, 2018 at 10:58 am
Written by : Joe Levy West Ham and England’s greatest ever player and greatest ever man. A perfect gentleman of the game; Bobby Moore is the definition of an aura. His spirit and impact last through the memories and stories passed down from generation to generation. It seems implausible that a boy from Barking could… The post Bobby Moore: Remembering England’s Greatest Son appeared first on The West Ham Way. […]
Away Days: John Smith’s Stadium
by Emily Pulham on November 8, 2018 at 7:41 pm
Written by : @CraigPodevin Life under Pellegrini is starting to look brilliant; a strong attacking performance against Burnley, who twice pegged us back, showed what we were really capable of. We head to Huddersfield looking for consecutive Premier League wins for the first time in a while! General information: Stadium: John Smith’s Stadium Capacity: 24,500 Address:… The post Away Days: John Smith’s Stadium appeared first on The West Ham Way. […]
Player Ratings v Burnley
by Emily Pulham on November 5, 2018 at 8:44 pm
Written by : @georgelewiss97 Lukasz Fabianski: Despite conceding twice, this was a quiet afternoon for the Polish keeper, as he was helpless for both goals; first a deft finish by Gudmunsson and then a bullet header from Chris Wood. After Adrian’s nervy display in midweek, the new signing once again showed why he is far… The post Player Ratings v Burnley appeared first on The West Ham Way. […]
Sinclair, there’s only one Sinclair!
by ExWHUEmployee on November 4, 2018 at 5:16 pm
Following the success of our previous two years of events where our guests have included: Phil Parkes, Frank McAvennie, Stuart Slater, Alvin Martin, Steve Lomas, John Moncur, Keith Robson, Matthew Etherington, Martin Allen, Mark Ward, David Cross, Danny Gabbidon, Jack Collison, Julian Dicks, Ray Stewart, Dean Ashton, Alan Devonshire, Anton Ferdinand, Ian Pearce, Marlon Harewood,… The post Sinclair, there’s only one Sinclair! appeared first on The West Ham Way. […]
West Ham v Burnley – Match Preview
by Brian Knox on November 3, 2018 at 1:42 pm
03/11/18 Deportivo Hammer The less said about our midweek cup game the better. I am bitterly disappointed in how the game went and the fact that we managed to get ourselves back in the game only to shoot ourselves in the foot when it mattered. The good news is that we still managed to make… The post West Ham v Burnley – Match Preview appeared first on The West Ham Way. […]