Following our recent run of good form, form that has seen West Ham pick up seven points from the last nine available whilst also trouncing Macclesfield in the Carabao Cup 3rd round, things are suddenly starting to look good for the Hammers.
Instead of walking around with miserable faces, broad smiles are breaking out as the realisation hits home that now the team has gelled, Manuel Pellegrini could be guiding us to the promised land.
Last night at the strange hour of 21:00 hours, the draw for the 4th round of the Carabao Cup was made and West Ham were given a home tie against Tottenham Hotspur.
The draw, on the back of our current form, is nothing to fear and was warmly welcomed by the Hammers support on social media:
— Fabian WHUFC ???????? (@WHUFC_USA_2008) September 30, 2018
Quite a reaction we’d say. But the rivalry between the two clubs was always going to provoke a reaction and the following posts illustrate that point perfectly:
Seriously… Let’s make their lives living hell on 30th/31st October. Make them wish they weren’t born!
Max £20 tickets, get real fans in and drown the noise from spurs.
— Adam Leatherbarrow (@Adam_atLDESIGN) September 29, 2018
Although, on the flip side of the coin, some do have reservations:
Gonna be a tough one
— Yura (@ukrchyvak) September 29, 2018
But, backed by the upturn in recent form, we’ll leave you with this post:
We beat ManU so we can beat Spurs
— Michael Martin (@MichaelMartin52) September 30, 2018
Yes, we can and yes, we will!