15 May 2024 11:35:31
What are the chances? The last day of the season can bring some real surprises. West Ham to ruin Man City's season by holding them to a draw or even beating them at the Etihad, with Arsenal beating Everton by a margin? Could it really happen? Of course it could. This is football! Will it happen? I doubt it. Realistically, everyone expects Man City to beat West Ham, take the three points, and achieve another unassailable championship. But this is football and major upsets have been known. For me, the Premiership crown is a sideshow. I want my team to put on a good performance to round off a terrible season. Come on you Irons!

1.) 15 May 2024
15 May 2024 15:47:15
I totally agree with TinLegs. West Ham can always surprise you….when they should win they don’t, when they should not win they can….I hated the commentators doing Spurs v City. Totally ignoring West Ham and already giving City the championship, total disrespect for us. We can always surprise someone, probably won’t happen but I would really love us to at least get a point….having said that I would hate to see Arsenal win it.

2.) 15 May 2024
15 May 2024 18:51:13
I’m pretty sure city will wipe the floor with us like they have done for the last few years. DMs record against the big boys is horrendous and especially against Citeh. But I have often been wrong ?

3.) 16 May 2024
16 May 2024 12:11:36
2-0 or 3-0

4.) 17 May 2024
17 May 2024 13:59:34
Of course it all depends how MOYES sets us up. If he sends us out to defend, city score then what? Do we open up and go for it and get picked off which doesn;t matter anyway so what do we have to lose.

5.) 19 May 2024
19 May 2024 12:31:43
It’s a strange feeling - finally arriving at the point where one of my wishes come true. David Moyes finally taking charge of his last West Ham game. A long time coming.
Another wish of mine is that Harry Redknapp stops doing those inane radio betting ads where he uses cockney rhyming slang. Please, Harry, stop it. You might be paid well for making yourself look stupid, but it’s embarrassing to hear a former West Ham player and manager making himself appear as an East London village idiot.