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New pictures showing Upton Park as it stands today have not gone down well with West Ham United fans.

Things are bad enough as it is for the Hammers at the moment.

The excitement around the club in the summer after the appointment of Manuel Pellegrini and a £100 million splurge on nine new players has quickly dissipated.

Four defeats from the opening four Premier League games has left West Ham bottom of the fledgling table.

They are also the only side in England with zero points.

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Never kick a fan while he’s down

A daunting fixture list awaits them after the international break too with Everton away and Chelsea, Manchester United and Tottenham to play at home in four of their next five games.

The team and supporters are still struggling to settle in their new London Stadium home, three years after leaving Upton Park.

Many fans remain unhappy with the move and yearn to go back to their beloved former home of 112 years.

They say never kick a fan while he is down.

But every West Ham fan felt winded on Sunday when new pictures emerged of Upton Park as it stands today.

A series of images on Twitter show the site where the Boleyn Ground once proudly stood in the East London skyline replaced by flats and apartments.

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The true legacy of Sullivan and Gold?

And they did not go down well with Hammers fans, who miss their historical old stomping ground.

 

There is no dressing it up, reactions were almost entirely negative.

Unfortunately this looks like being the true legacy of the tenure of David Sullivan and David Gold.

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