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Hammers in the Heart - Tue Nov 21 5:13 PM
I'm not sure the away fans at Watford should have had a go at Andy Carroll, with chants of "Andy Carroll we left 'cos you'e shit!" and "You'e not fit to wear the shirt!" (though this was more against the team as a whole). Big Andy has wound up some fans after the Liverpool match by suggesting tha...
Hammers in the Heart - Mon Nov 20 6:08 PM
So who was it who phoned 999? West Ham fans have been urged not to dial 999 by the police because losing to Watford is not a genuine emergency. Though presumably the police will accept Tony Pulis being on the market as a valid reason for calling them up…
Hammers in the Heart - Sun Nov 19 11:39 PM
Watford 2 West Ham 0 It’s off to Watford Junction with Matt, where we trek across a sleepy Watford and home fans offer us directions rather than trying to attack us. Well, they say it;s a family club. We enjoy a cup of Rosie Lee in Domenic’s Café, before meeting my old school pal Mark at the stad...
Hammers in the Heart - Fri Nov 17 10:34 AM
Congratulations to Andy Carroll and Billi Mucklow on the birth of their second child, who has been given the entirely sensible name of Wolf Nine Carroll. Is the lad's first name a tribute to Wolfie from Citizen Smith ? Or a hint that he might go on to play for Wolves? His second name of Nine is t...
Hammers in the Heart - Thu Nov 16 12:03 PM
Thanks to all the 40-odd punters who came to see Brian Williams and myself talk about our Goodybye To Boleyn and Home From Home books at East Ham Library on Tuesday night as part of the Newham Word Festival. Great to have readers arriving from as far afield as Southend and Benfleet. Enjoyed he...
Hammers in the Heart - Wed Nov 15 11:06 AM
David Moyes has announced his back-up team and although it's the usual suspects, the positive is that there's a lot of managerial experience in there. Stuart Pearce is a good appointment because he was a popular figure at West Ham when he arrived in his late thirties and was utterly committed. He...