With chants of David Moyes Claret and Blue Army and West Ham Are Massive, Wherever We Go heard long after the match had ended and echoing around Westfield, we can finally put to bed the idea that we cannot compete with the top teams.
Do we need to get used to winning? For many years it seems we craved the idea of winning regularly and assumed we would, those bubbles flying so high only to fade and die on us time and again.
With the backdrop of one of the largest fan protests against owners Gold, Sullivan and Brady before the match, a superb performance on the pitch and a first goal for new recruit Jarrod Bowen secured a well deserved win to lift the Hammers out of the drop zone into 16th spot, albeit on goal difference.
When my mum passed away my brother and I spent quite some time going through her things. Never an easy thing to do but to be honest, I was grateful to share this time with my brother to remember my mum and what she meant to us both. Memories, locked within so many different everydayContinue reading “From the Stands”
Here are some of the people I have met along my journey to document the experience of being a West Ham United fan. Evan Danielle Lids
I am a photographer born, living and working in East London. I am also a West Ham United fan and I am a season ticket holder at the London Stadium. The idea for From The Stands came from talking to people about their memories of supporting West Ham United and about documenting the changes andContinue reading “Dawud Marsh”