Has the bubble burst for Gold & Sullivan at West Ham?

(Source: Joe Barnbrook)

Tweet “It’s all lies, lies, lies” chanted West Ham supporters outside the London Stadium, the Hammers languishing in the relegation zone of the Premier League ahead of their February fixture against Southampton. Over 2000 fans had gathered to protest against the club’s ownership under David Gold, David Sullivan and vice-chairman Karren Brady, the trio collectively known as ‘GSB’ who have had a ten-year tenure in East London. Since they took over in 2010, West Ham have had one relegation, one promotion, a highly-controversial stadium move, a new crest and overall,…

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In the fifth edition of The Seagulls Summary, Charlie Parker-Turner counts down his top 10 Brighton Goals since their promotion to the Premier League.

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Manuel Pellegrini: the manager that needs to evolve with the times

Tweet “I’m certain we will achieve it [top-six finish]. If we don’t this season then this is a year of preparing for trying to do it next season.” That was what West Ham United manager Manuel Pellegrini promised just eight months ago, yet looking at the statistics, they are fortunate not to be in a relegation battle. The Chilean manager’s appointment back in summer 2018 filled the Hammers supporters with optimism that they could push into contention for a top seven finish. According to Transfermarkt, Pellegrini spent £84.51million in his…

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