It is safe to say that West Ham have been awful this season. Although there may have been a few glimpses of brilliance to lure us into believing that perhaps everything will be okay in the end, there have not been nearly enough of those and now the Hammers are once again flirting with relegation.
With poor tactical choices and shoddy summer signings, Sam Allardyce has led his side down to where they currently sit, slumped in 17th place, just above the relegation zone with only Fulham, Crystal Palace and Sunderland below them.
Now the owners should act swiftly in relieving Sam Allardyce of his duties and bring in a replacement capable of avoiding relegation from the Premier League.
Follow the link below to issue 27 of Blowing Bubbles fanzine to read the full article (pages 8 and 9).