Most football clubs open the memory vault on social media to play videos from games gone by.
On Tuesday, West Ham United tweeted a clip reminding fans that on this day in 2015, the team overcame Chelsea 2-1 at Upton Park.
Mauro Zarate, who left the Hammers last year, opened the scoring in the 17th minute, but the visitors found an equaliser just before the hour mark.
West Ham had the advantage of an extra man due to Nemanja Matic getting sent off in the first half, and they eventually made the most of it when Andy Carroll scored the winner with 11 minutes left on the clock.
✌️ years ago today! pic.twitter.com/glmqBDDDlQ
— West Ham United (@WestHamUtd) October 24, 2017
Unfortunately for the club’s social media team, this trip down memory lane was not well received by everyone.
Some fans feel that videos of this nature are not appropriate given the current run of form.
The East London outfit sit above the relegation zone purely on goal difference following Friday night’s 3-0 home defeat to Brighton.
Given that pressure is also mounting on manager Slaven Bilic, some fans were not particularly thrilled with the club’s tweet.
Im more worried about what happened ✌️✌️ days ago
— ⚒ Michael Henly ⚒ (@mhenly22) October 24, 2017
Stop living in the past
— SYAHER AZMAN X (@SyaherAmmers) October 24, 2017
Just tweet when bilic is sacked .. thanks
— Hax#44 (@44Hax) October 24, 2017
— Dylan Dench (@DylanDench) October 24, 2017
Please stop posting old goals..it’s frustrating with what the team is going through
— Deray McArony🇹🇳⚒ (@RealMithrandir) October 24, 2017
Slightly more concerned with what happened four days ago tbh
— Fred Stanley (@fredjstanley) October 24, 2017
The old West Ham 😢 long live the Boleyn
— ricki_butler (@ricki_butler84) October 24, 2017
Back when we played liked a team.
— Darren mantel (@dmanteluk) October 24, 2017