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By on January 11, 2017 in Uncategorized
We are currently looking for some new writers to join our team here at Iron Views, this season has thrown up more talking points than we could have imagined so there is plenty of scope for topic. But, I Haven’t Written For A Site Before? This doesn’t matter. If you have a voice, and, more...

Eye On The Enemy – Swansea

By on May 6, 2016 in Uncategorized
Coming into the final games of the season, there is still a real chance of finishing not only in the top five, but, also the slight chance of finishing in the top four. Of course, we’ll need to win all of our remaining games to give ourselves a true chance at the latter there, but,...

Iron Views News

By on March 24, 2016 in Uncategorized, Video
A new feature we’ll be hoping to do every day, or at bare minimum, every other day – a brief round up of all the news from that/those days. As always, be sure to let us know what you think, all feedback is welcomed. Thank you.

Why Stewart Downing deserves England shot

By on November 4, 2014 in Uncategorized
With Roy Hodgson set to announce his England squad this Thursday, it has been well documented that our very own Stewart Downing deserves a spot due to his excellent form so far this season. Anyone who has watched the former Liverpool man in the campaign thus far will know exactly how influential the 30-year-old has...

West Ham staffing departure explained

By on October 24, 2014 in Latest News, Uncategorized
A few eyebrows were raised when Bobby Mimms suddenly replaced Martyn Margetson as West Ham’s goalkeeping coach. Margetson had been a popular figure around the club and was often seen celebrating goals from the dugout. He was said to be one of the main reasons Adrian joined West Ham in the first place. Nonetheless I...

How well do we know our team?

By on January 17, 2014 in Misc., Uncategorized
Earlier this month, Ladbrokes launched a brilliant new quiz called ‘How well do you know your team?’ in which supporters are asked 10 questions about the club they follow. I’ve always thought of West Ham as a club who pride themselves on their East London rooted history – I know I do – so it’s...

Gold and Sullivan speaking to five clubs in France

By on July 4, 2013 in Uncategorized
According to the reliable @djleon1983 on Twitter, David Gold and David Sullivan are currently on transfer duty in France, where they are in the process of talking to a total of five clubs. The main reason for their travels, however, is to try and strike a deal with Vitesse’s representatives regarding the sale of Ivorian...

First day back at training – Picture Report

By on July 1, 2013 in Uncategorized
In what promises to be busy week for West Ham, the players today arrived for there first day of training ahead of the new 2013/14 season. As always, it’s interesting to see how everyone’s looking after a likely holiday of boozing and partying. The players are shown here sporting the new Adidas training kits. Unsurprisingly...

Iron Views 2.0

By on June 22, 2013 in Uncategorized
Those of you who follow me on Twitter will know that next month this blog will be moving to ironviews.com. It’s a transition that I’ve been planning for some time, and it should really help with the long-term development of Iron Views. I wanted to take the opportunity to run you through the changes that will...

Tuesday Bubbles – 2.4.13

By on April 2, 2013 in Uncategorized
Vitesse Arnhem striker Wilfried Bony has opened the door to a switch to West Ham after revealing a summer move to Upton Park is a ‘possibility’. “If I go to England, that would be perfect because of the competition, atmosphere, though Germany and France also appeal,’ said the Ivory Coast international. When quizzed directly about...

Does Daniel Levy hate West Ham?

By on February 6, 2015 in Opinion
It was a frustrating Transfer Deadline Day for West Ham. Despite being linked with several players and hours of negotiations, sadly no new faces appeared at Chadwell Heath before the window slammed shut. Emmanuel Adebayor was apparently one of those potential faces and it’s arguably a shame that a deal didn’t get over the line....

West Ham: Now officially a good team

By on January 27, 2015 in Opinion
I watched West Ham’s FA Cup fourth round match with more interest than usual, given that Bristol City have long been my nearest Football League side geographically. And while it was not the most thrilling encounter in West Ham’s history, the win provided us with the perhaps the best opportunity in recent years to bring...

Will the real Andy Carroll please stand up?

By on January 26, 2015 in Opinion
The superlatives know no end when it comes to Andy Carroll. Just take the two quotes below as an example: I.Holloway in 2010 – “He’s the best striker in the Premiership.” J.Hartson this season on Match of the Day – “Swansea simply could not cope with him and it was the sort of display I...

Jonjo Heuerman – a remarkable young man

By on January 19, 2015 in Interviews
Jonjo Heuerman is a remarkable person and has deservedly become a West Ham hero at a young age. His charity events have not only raised a lot of money for his chosen cause, but have also massively raised their profile too. When Jonjo got in touch with me and asked me to run another interview...