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Cameron Broome
Born and raised in West Yorkshire, England, Cameron is a Huddersfield Town season ticket holder and has attended matches since he was five. However, Cameron is a West Ham fan where he has been a club member for several years, regularly attending matches with his Dad. His favourite players growing up were Andy Booth and Mark Noble. Over the years, both of his teams have evolved and he is optimistic about their future. He believes his two clubs have lots in common: both are family-oriented, rich in history and have sensible (yet ambitious) boards of directors.

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Opinion
West Ham prove marketing worthless when results poor
09:00 Tuesday 5th September 2017

Football clubs can spend all the money they want on communications, marketing and social media. However, in the long term, these are worthless without results on the pitch. Social media and digital marketing are undoubtedly transforming the…

England National Team
West Ham fans turning on Slaven Bilic, board
20:00 Monday 4th September 2017

Amidst a poor start and a transfer window that left many disappointed, West Ham fans appear to be turning on the board and manager Slaven Bilic.  The Hammers currently sit rock bottom in the Premier League with no points and a -8 goal difference.What…

Opinion
Championship play-off lessons: Huddersfield Town Vs Sheffield Wednesday
15:30 Tuesday 16th May 2017

On Sunday, Huddersfield Town played at home to Sheffield Wednesday in the first leg of the Championship play-off semi-final. What did we learn from the encounter? Championship play-off: lesson oneThere's still all to play forThe Championship…

Opinion
Chris Wood: Too good for Leeds United and perfect for West Ham?
13:00 Thursday 11th May 2017

At Leeds United, Chris Wood has found a home. But he shouldn't get too comfortable; he belongs in the Premier League. With West Ham searching for a striker to reduce their dependency on injury-prone Andy Carroll, Chris Wood could be their man.…

England National Team
Four Middlesbrough players good enough to play in the Premier League again
12:30 Wednesday 10th May 2017

It's official: Middlesbrough will play in the Championship next season. Here are four players who we are likely to see play in the Premier League again, as England's second tier is probably a step below them. Adam Clayton: the man who keeps…

Opinion
West Ham's victory over Spurs boosts spirits but Slaven Bilic should avoid complacency
10:00 Wednesday 10th May 2017

Slaven Bilic has silenced his critics (for now at least). The impressive 1-0 victory over Tottenham has restored fans' confidence. But the Hammers boss should avoid complacency. Slaven Bilic has been under the spotlight this season

Opinion
Slaven Bilic: will Ashley Fletcher be the final straw for the West Ham board?
13:00 Wednesday 3rd May 2017

If Slaven Bilic won't play Ashley Fletcher when West Ham are drawing with Stoke, will he ever be given a chance? And what does it tell you about the Hammers boss? West Ham are currently stuck in stalemate. They've got enough points to guarantee…

Opinion
Arsene Wenger: King of sustainable
09:00 Wednesday 26th April 2017

Arsene Wenger is the master in delivering success with sustainable foundations. Sustainability can best be defined as meeting the present generation's needs without compromising the future's. In financial terms, it's about balancing the books.…

Opinion
Five positions that West Ham United need to strengthen
17:30 Tuesday 25th April 2017

West Ham United have had a difficult season adjusting to their new life at the London Stadium. Here are five positions that arguably need strengthening come the summer. 1 - Right-backIn modern football, fullbacks are essential not just defensively…

Reviews
Film Review - Iron Men - The story of West Ham United leaving Upton Park
13:18 Monday 27th February 2017

“This ain't a football club; this is a family” are the opening words of Iron Men: a line taken from Mark Noble's moving speech delivered after the last match at Upton Park. The line is indicative of the Iron Men's overall tone, seeking to pull…

Opinion
West Ham United had a great January transfer window
10:30 Thursday 2nd February 2017

No Payet? No striker? No right-back? What an awful window….. or so it may seem. Cameron Broome argues West Ham United actually had a tremendous transfer window. At first glance, it might seem like West Ham had a poor transfer window. Selling…

Opinion
Forget Dimitri Payet; magical Michail Antonio is a true West Ham hero
11:00 Thursday 19th January 2017

Dimitri Payet continues to soak up most of West Ham's media attention. But Michail Antonio is the man who deserves respect from the footballing community.

Opinion
Awake, the sleeping giant: Leeds United are ready for the Premier League
11:30 Tuesday 17th January 2017

Raised as a Huddersfield Town fan, I was told to never praise Leeds United. But facts are facts: they are ready for the Premier League. Here's why. 1) The fansLove them or loathe them, no one can deny that Leeds United fans are about as passionate…

Premier League
The SPL players that English clubs should try to sign this January
12:15 Friday 13th January 2017

As the clock ticks down once again to Deadline Day, here are five Scottish Premier League players that English clubs should try and sign this January. 1) Moussa Dembélé, Celtic – StrikerWith nine goals to his name this season, it's no surprise…

Championship
January transfer window guide: Five hidden gems of League One
18:15 Wednesday 11th January 2017

Unless you support a League One team, you might not recognise these names but remember that the likes of  Harry Kane and Dele Alli played for lower league sides. We take a look at some potential gems that could be heading up a division.  1)…