May 2019 #92 (PDF)
*Big interview with Tony Carr on his time with the Irons, the players he brought through and how it all ended for him after four decades of service
*FA Youth Cup Final 20 years on: Robert Banks: ‘They had the swagger of a side who knew how good they were’
*FA Youth Cup Final 20 years on Where are they now? Whatever happened to our kids of 1999?
*George Parris: "In a results business it is all about where you end up"
*Phil Parkes: "Super Fabianski gets my vote but I’ll have no problem if Rice gets the prize"
*Anti-semitism in football: Banter? The days you can shout abuse are gone forever - and rightly so
*After the luck we’ve had VAR simply can’t come fast enough
*Yossi Benayoun: The now retired midfielder gave us a touch of class if his time here was a bit fleeting
*Is grafter Michail Antonio playing his way into Pellegrini’s big plan?
*Why West Ham must take a leaf out of Leicester City’s book
*Does Ryan Fredericks have what it takes to cut it in this division?
*How can Pellegrini get the Irons to have the ‘big club mentality’?
*Claret & Hugh's Hugh Southon: "This is just the start as Pellegrini gets to grips with our limitations"
And much, much more