Speculation surrounding the future use of West Ham United's Olympic Stadium home has made the headlines again this week.
Former England manager turned pundit Glenn Hoddle is fully expecting West Ham United to take drastic action to solve their woes next season.
Rumours of a possible groundshare between West Ham United and Chelsea at the Olympic Stadium have resurfaced this week.
Brendan Rodgers is not one to shy away from grandiose statements but the likes of Newcastle United and West Ham United are proof he is deluded.
When reports emerged in December that West Ham United turned down a £650 million takeover from Red Bull, there was misplaced relief.
The latest statement from West Ham United co-owner David Gold could prove bad news for supporters.
The size of the pitch at West Ham United's new stadium has been cited as one of the reasons for their struggles this season.
Former West Ham United star and lifelong fan Paul Konchesky has delivered a damning verdict on the Olympic Stadium.
Gold is a keen user of the social networking site to interact with supporters and provide updates and answer questions about the club.
Just when you thought you had heard it all, a disgruntled West Ham United fan has delivered the most bizarre criticism of the Olympic Stadium yet.
The former Olympic Stadium, now home to West Ham United, is facing operational losses running into millions of pounds for years to come due to problems finding a naming rights partner and hugely increased costs for retractable seating, the Guardian can reveal.
The mayor of London has ordered an independent inquiry into the soaring conversion costs for the former Olympic Stadium that is now home to West Ham United, after it emerged the bill had risen by another £51m to £323m.
West Ham United will pursue a zero tolerance policy against the thugs they believe are damaging their image and are ready to ban 200 of them following the ugly scenes that marred their EFL Cup win over Chelsea at the London Stadium.