WHO Poll
Q: 2022/23 You are the Chairman what do you do with Moyes?
a. Stick with him obviously, he's delivered two good seasons back to back and will see us out of this dip in form
b. If we're still lingering around the bottom three by the start of the WC then that's the time to get rid
c. What are we waiting for 2 wins in the last 20 PL games is reason enough to sack him, go now
d. I've just got my new Orange & White 3rd Kit with Moyesinho on the back, I can't wait to wear it down to the supermarket, they call me Mr West Ham around here

Steady 9:42 Sun Jan 23
Stevie Bacon
Hopefully someone from the club sees this or it can be passed on, sad news on someone most of us remember fondly. Would be nice if the club can do something to help out.

Steve Bacon on instagram:

10 days ago I was rushed to the Royal London Hospital for a life saving operation which entailed amputating my remaining leg. You can only imagine the pain and trauma this has caused me, and I’m slowly coming to terms with it.

This, obviously, has cast a huge question mark over my immediate and long term future. I cannot give you any idea as to what will happen to me, but my physiotherapists and occupational therapists aim to come up with a plan. I will let you know of any progress as and when it happens.

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terry-h 10:49 Fri Apr 29
Re: Stevie Bacon
There's a funny story in his book about Macari who tried to get Steve to spy on the players for him. When Steve visited Old Trafford for a match Macari who was working for Man U tv, saw him arrive and shouted out " You see that fat git coming up the stairs, he was the bastard that got me the sack at West Ham" and started laughing.
The truth was Steve was Macari's only friend at the club in the end!

whu 2:52 Thu Apr 28
Re: Stevie Bacon
the food thing?

cholo 5:00 Wed Apr 27
Re: Stevie Bacon
Will never forget the "you can do anything when you're king" story about pards.

yngwies Cat 4:52 Wed Apr 27
Re: Stevie Bacon
Only one Stevy Bacon.

Wish him all the best .

He had a book out a few years back?

wansteadman 1:45 Wed Apr 27
Re: Stevie Bacon
I think it was pardew who put a stop to steve travelling to away games on the team bus. After that he seemed to lose his status at West Ham, prior to that he was almost treated as part of the club

whu 10:38 Wed Apr 27
Re: Stevie Bacon
I rememeber a fundraiser for SB back in the day at Daggers. Poor sod has had a rough time. As someone stated, I think he had lost a few toes back then. Club needs to do something.

Sarge 9:44 Wed Apr 27
Re: Stevie Bacon

Yes i got one

"On behalf of the club we send our best wishes. Please be assured i have passed on your request over to the relevant department however no financial contributions will be considered'

Nothing since.

Not holding my breath given no responses to follow ips from my sons mascot day go unanswered- and supporters services havent been in touch re my tweet tgat goal win from december.

Alfs 2:39 Wed Apr 27
Re: Stevie Bacon
Gary Strodders shank

If the club did do that and he went on Thursday, that will be the sternest test his new pacemaker will ever go through.

Steady 2:25 Wed Apr 27
Re: Stevie Bacon
Sarge - did the club ever reply to you?

Gary Strodders shank 1:05 Wed Apr 27
Re: Stevie Bacon
I see on twitter he has recently had a pacemaker fitted.

Wouldn't it be a great morale booster for him if the club could arrange for him to be at the game looked after and given some proper hospitality on Thursday.

BillyJenningsBoots 6:39 Wed Feb 2
Re: Stevie Bacon
Ouch Tricky Trev....

You may have put your foot in it there!

Any Old Iron 3:58 Wed Feb 2
Re: Stevie Bacon
On Talk Sport this morning Trevor Sinclair said he'd sent Steve a text message last night and "hoped it would put a spring in his step" !!!!!!!!!

Steady 1:38 Tue Jan 25
Re: Stevie Bacon
Thanks Sarge, hopefully the club do something for Steve or at least allow fans to somehow donate to help him out

riosleftsock 11:50 Mon Jan 24
Re: Stevie Bacon
If the WHOfund was to make a donation to help Steve, I'd be happy to top it up again.

Sarge 11:47 Mon Jan 24
Re: Stevie Bacon
email sent to the club tonight

Hi there – I heard today that Steve Bacon – so long an iconic figure at Upton Park and around the club – was rushed into hospital 10 days ago – and had to have emergency surgery which is said to have involved having his remaining leg amputated.

A group of us were discussing the news on a forum – and one of the guys put forward a suggestion that perhaps the club could put on an exhibition of his work in or around the stadium – with any donations on the door to go to helping Steve.

There will be a large group of fans who will have – like me – grown up seeing his work in the programme – in Hammers News – or the local papers over the decades - and it would be a fitting way to help him out in his hour of need.

Alternatively if the club already has plans – or means of passing on support – financial or otherwise – to Steve can these be divulged?

Look forward to hearing from you.

Kind Regards

(block 201 season ticket holder)

zico 6:08 Mon Jan 24
Re: Stevie Bacon
Damn shame it's only players who get testimonials.

North Bank 6:01 Mon Jan 24
Re: Stevie Bacon
What awful news, as ted says he always had the "One Stevie Bacon" chant as he took his spot by the goal at our end on awaydays

Good luck big fellow

Sarge 5:40 Mon Jan 24
Re: Stevie Bacon
As MPI said he was at a couple of the Frankie Mac tournaments.

Very engaging fella.

Great suggestion from Oxsaw

I'd be all over that.

Will drop a line into the club to see if they will do anything

oioi 5:32 Mon Jan 24
Re: Stevie Bacon
West Ham legend.


joyo 5:09 Mon Jan 24
Re: Stevie Bacon
So sad

southbankbornnbred 4:32 Mon Jan 24
Re: Stevie Bacon
Poor fella - hoping there is a lot that can be done for him. Met Stevie a few times way back in the day. A gent.

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