I went out last night, a load of us from work. We spoke about all different things and typically it came to football.
After the 4-1 defeat to Leicester on Wednesday, West Ham United remain level on points with both Watford and Bournemouth in the battle to avoid relegation from the Premier League.
Let's be honest - all this this is nothing new.
Events off the pitch took at least as much precedence as the game against Everton. Instead of a match report, I'll present a diary of West Ham-related events throughout the day.
Well, it's probably fair to say that won't be the last we see of Hammers United - and that's despite the orchestrated campaign to shut them up.
Here follows a transcript of the speech given by KUMB.com Editor Graeme Howlett to those attending Hammers United's anti-board protest at the Olympic Park on Saturday, 18 January 2020...
Club not brand. It's West Ham United Football Club, not an offshoot of some leisurewear manufacturer. Supporters are supposed to be at the heart of a club, without supporters clubs are nothing.
On Saturday West Ham supporters will be gathering outside the London Stadium before the game against Everton to protest against the board.
"He is the best goalkeeper I've worked with and I fully expect him to be equally as good for us this coming season.
Darren Randolph completed his return to West Ham United earlier today, placing him in a select group of players who have enjoyed more than one spell at the club.