HamburgHammer wrote:I can only copy that. With all the problems I still have in terms of watching games in the stadium, the tour as such is quite impressive.
You cannot fail to feel your heart beat a bit faster once you enter the dressing room or walk through the tunnel onto the pitch.
The stadium tour shows the place to be a great stadium, but not ideal for football to say the least.
I vividly remember the distance between the home dugout and where Slaven usually stands pitchside, it is a bloody long walk.
But I would still recommend the tour to every fan.
But beware, some of the guides manning the various stations don't support West Ham, I had a Spurs supporter with us in the dressing room and he tried to trick me by asking who the last ever player at West Ham was to wear #6 before it got retired...
I would bring my mate Tommy who you guys on the boat had trouble interpreting his broad Belfast accent unlike my rich Éamonn Holmes type delivery. Seriously brilliant guy who makes me and everyone else laugh and deserves a treat so here's hoping lol