West Ham battled through to the FA Cup fourth round by beating Stockport County 1-0 on a boggy Edgeley Park pitch that would have made some Sunday league teams turn their noses up.
Craig Dawson leaped like a salmon to nod home the 83rd minute winner after David Moyes’ men had huffed and puffed all night against the deep and well organised National League side.
Hammers fans finally said Au Revoir to Sebastien Haller who left for Ajax in a £20-25million deal.
There were very few people sad to see the disappointing Frenchman leave but there was barely a dry eye among West Ham fans when the club announced Robert Snodgrass had left for West Brom.
is joined by James Jones and Tom Edwards to discuss all of that and more as the Irons approach the midway point of what is undoubtedly a make or break month.
The boys are also joined by Mark Gevaux – more commonly known as the Ribman – who pulls no punches as he gives his unfiltered views on the club’s board and their transfer activity.
David Sullivan and David Gold appointed new directors at West Ham this week – Sullivan’s son Jack and current partner were two of them.
Tom gives the run down on the long list of strikers the Hammers are being linked with and the lads have a general chat about West Ham transfer news.
Name That Game is back in dramatic fashion with one of the guys having an absolute mare.
West Ham’s women had ANOTHER game postponed because of Covid-19 as their trip to Man City was axed.
But the lads discuss other comings and goings before giving details on the New Year shirt giveaway.
James reads out some outstanding reviews including a list of belting comparisons between the lads and some current players.
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