So we’ve been on hiatus. That much has been clear. In the time we’ve been absent there’s been some great new shirts coming out so let us catch you up on anything you may have missed.
If you visit this site regularly and aren’t familiar with the Pama label and its various subsidies, we’ve somehow failed along our journey. It served as home to some of the absolute finest examples of the early reggae genre during the skinhead’s heyday, but some of it’s most impressive releases date back to the earliest days of what would become known as skinhead. Continue reading
Marcos Maidana, by all accounts, shouldn’t be here. He hasn’t earned his fight with Floyd Mayweather Jr. they say, being chosen because of his increased marketability given his win over Adrien Broner and the little threat posed rather than accomplishments within the ring. It would be a fool who thought any of this matters to Maidana. Continue reading
Everyone bundling out into the cold, you and your mates part of the massive crowd. Seemed like the whole bloody East End had come out for a special Saturday afternoon showing of “The Good, The Bad and The Ugly”. Absolute classic. How’d the Ities makes better cowboy movies than the Americans?
When Naseem Hamed first ventured onto American shores he was already one of the shining stars of the English boxing scene. His elaborate entrances, leopard print trunks, flashy footwork and mocking of opponents had gained him a sort of notoriety and the fame that accompanies it, equally loved and hated throughout the country. Continue reading
Johnson. Nocerino. Boriello. Armero. Razak. Names are just names and it takes the player behind them to make them mean truly mean something to a club’s supporters. These five men possess the ability to etch a place within the lore of West Ham United over the coming months. Continue reading
Sam Allardyce is, for better or worse, going to be West Ham’s manager for the foreseeable future. The price tag attached to terminating his contract is one which we can’t afford and investing the sum in the squad is seen as a wiser use of funds by the club’s ownership. Continue reading