Indeed, their 4pm clash with Bournemouth has been arguably the most timid and uneventful match we’ve seen in the Premier League so far this season.
Moments of true quality have been few and far between and barring a long-range belter from Joshua King, neither goalkeeper has been called into serious action.
To make matters worse, it would appear the London Stadium’s conversion from it’s 2012 Olympics days isn’t quite complete – at least in one part of the stadium.
One unhappy Hammer turned up to his seat this afternoon, only to discover a series of rows with nothing but cold concrete to sit on.
And as all football fans do nowadays, he was quick to share the news on social media, tweeting out this picture earlier today:
— Paul (@PreMatchMeal) August 21, 2016
Really not the start Karen Brady and co. had in mind when they sealed the deal for West Ham’s new ground.