Stop lying your heart out

  • by Staff Writer
  • Thursday, 23rd January 2020

West Ham fans have adapted the Oasis classic 'Stop Crying Your Heart Out' to register their disapproval at the club's board.

During the first half of 4-1 defeat at Leicester City on Wednesday night in their latest Premier League fixture, Hammers fans could clearly be heard chanting "it's all lies, lies, lies" - another song aimed at the boardroom - on live TV.


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Yet the resourceful travelling faithful also came up with what promises to be another oft-heard tune at the London Olympic Stadium and away matches - a rendition of the old Oasis favourite from the band's fifth album, 'Heathen Chemistry'.

The title of the song, originally released in 2002 has been altered slightly as a dig at David Sullvian, David Gold and Karren Brady, who between them have bore the brunt of the fan base's ire in recent weeks.

The general mood of disappointment culminated with a demonstration in the Olympic Park last weekend as around 2,000 supporters gathered to protest again the board's stewardship of the club ove the last ten years.

You may hear the song below.




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