So, after the most important season in our history, it is time for the next one. It's all change at West Ham - moving to a new stadium funded almost entirely by the taxpayer (we don't even pay for the corner flags, can you believe it?) with massive TV screens on the outside (paid for by your taxes) showing Payet free kicks in an endless loop, and state of the art retractable seating on the inside (cheers for the help!). We've sold 52,000 season tickets (who said we'd never fill it?) and David Sullivan has even got himself his own miniature Iron Throne from which to dangle his little legs (that was a tough bit to get through the bid process). On the newly laid pitch (god bless your generosity everybody) changes are also being made. Out go Alex Song (sob), Moses, Emenike and Jenkinson. In come Nordveit and Feghouli (the Algerian Zidane) on free transfers. With Dimitri currently showing the world exactly why he's the greatest player in football apart from Michail Antonio, and big talk of signing more players, what could possibly go wrong? Even Slaven has grown his beard back. Oh, and we're in Europe. Hopefully this time we don't go out to a bunch of Romanians.