The club announced a treat for us last Wednesday evening, confirming that they’ll be streaming the whole final Boleyn game on YouTube this Thursday at 6pm.
What else have we all got to do whilst we self-isolate? Might as well get the Kleenex out and replay that whole bitter-sweet night once more.
However, the announcement has backfired with fellow West Ham fans of Twitter turning their noses up at the digital event and criticising the official account for arranging it.
Yes, it was the night our home was taken away from us.
But it’s also a day that none of us will ever forget and probably the best 90 minutes we’ve ever seen in the entirety of the time we’ve been supporters.
I for one will be tuning in and reliving every moment…
I won’t. It’ll only remind me what they stole from us.
— AJP ⚒ (@TheNailer66) March 25, 2020
And break my heart twice? Nah
— ً (@WestHamCF) March 25, 2020
Rub it in our faces we no longer have our home
— Swashy (@arsc764) March 25, 2020
Nothing like sticking the knife in when everyone’s down is there?
— Dan-O. (@36Ironfists) March 25, 2020
It’s far too depressing in the world right now and you re run this just to cheer us up even more 🤔😢
— Daniel Knight (@78danielk) March 25, 2020
— Simon B (@donsimon78) March 25, 2020
Not the time for such a sad film. May as well put Titanic in…equally as tragic.
— e13whu (@E13whu) March 25, 2020
There’s far too many funerals occurring at the moment. I don’t need to see another one.
— Simon Brewer (@SimonBrewer20) March 25, 2020
There’s no way I’m gonna watch that
— Billy (@billy_dennis02) March 26, 2020