Some anniversaries are good and some are unfortunate – how can we view this one as anything other than the latter based on what we’ve seen so far?
Understandably, masses of fans on social media were in a mournful mood on the day, calling it the day that the club died, where everything started to go wrong for us and the beginning of the end.
It’s a negative outlook considering the short period of time we’ve been in Stratford, but since that announcement was made, we’ve only really had one decent term in the Premier League and how much of that can we put down to it being the Farewell Boleyn campaign?
Maybe one day it will work out…
My heart sank when they announced we’d won the bid. I knew it would be horrendous. I really wish I’d been proven wrong though! 😔
— ⚒Nicola⚒ (@PrettyBubbles65) February 11, 2020
The day the club died 😔
— George Cove ⚒ (@GeorgeCove) February 11, 2020
Close to the Worst moment in our history.. Feeling Sad Now.
— Grant Carter (@GrantCa44579231) February 11, 2020
That’s where it all started to go wrong.
— 父 Steve 父 (@Sdbrownb) February 11, 2020
Killed a proper ground and a proper set of fans spirit ⚒
— 🐏 Paul G Wilkinson (@Wilky3272) February 12, 2020
I wanted it to work but my 1st day walking in there I knew it couldn’t. #GSBOUT
— Tjl1966 (@Tjl19661) February 11, 2020
What a sad day that was
— Rob (@roblumby) February 11, 2020
— Paul Cole ⚒️ (@DjPaulCole) February 11, 2020
The beginning of the end for West Ham,
— Willow (@benparry26) February 12, 2020
Could have been an amazing opportunity, but as usual, our dreams faded and died in the hands of #GSBOUT
— 🇩🇪 DEPtones (@DEPtones) February 12, 2020