In the first of what will be a weekly feature, we’re proposing to using an article to kick off what, we hope, will be a healthy debate.
Over the weeks, we’re looking at covering a number of topics, all associated with West Ham United Football Club.
To kick-start the series we’ve come up with something simple but very debatable.
It relates to the move the club made from the Boleyn Ground to the London Stadium.
All we want to know is,, now the club has settled in, whether you believe like the board constantly told us, it was a move the club had to make?
Or was it a decision that we’ll, over the coming years, live to regret?
Personally, I mourn for the days of old, days when teams feared visiting the Boleyn Ground, with a vociferous home support generating that good old-fashioned atmosphere.
But am I alone in my view or is it a view that the majority share?
Please feel free to drop your opinions into the comments facility beneath this article, however controversial they may be.