Fulham V West Ham – Player Ratings

Lukasz Fabianski: The reigning Hammer of the Year showed no let-up, making an outstanding one-handed save when the scores were level. The Polish international claimed crosses with relative ease, but more excitingly showcased an improvement in distribution. 8/10  Ben Johnson: A regular feature in pre-season, there are murmurings of the…

Reasons to be Cheerful

With an apology to the late, great Ian Dury, a more realistic title should probably be reasons to be cheerful (part 3003), swiftly followed of course by an equal number of reasons to be disappointed, bemused, frustrated… Scratch beneath the surface of the current situation, the team and the squad…

2018/2019 – What Now?

Out of the cup in dismal fashion coupled with a performance and result last night which was as bad as any in recent years, where exactly does this season lead to now?  In true West Ham fashion, January has been quite complex. Arnautovic dreamed of his big pay day (or…

The Mid-Season, End of 2018 Review

So, we end 2018 with defeat to Burnley and a feeling that we have become all too familiar with. A sense that we should have and could have done better against a team that, on paper, we are better than. The fact that we couldn’t overcome a Burnley side bereft…

Masuaku V Cresswell – Match Stats

Following on from the review in stats, i though i would look at the difference in stats between Masuaku and Cresswell in the Man City game.   WEST HAM 0 MAN CITY 4 – REVIEW IN STATS   Both had 45 minutes in the match. Masuaku started, which seems to…