— West Ham News (@WHUFC_News) October 24, 2015
David Gold, the joint chairman along with David Sullivan at West Ham, is very vocal on Twitter.
And, this season, Gold has had plenty to crow about.
After wins at Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester City, West Ham beat Chelsea on Saturday in a result that was not altogether so surprising given the respective starts made by both teams.
Mauro Zarate got the ball rolling, before Nemanja Matic and Jose Mourinho were sent off. Gary Cahill pulled a goal back for Chelsea only for Andy Carroll to score a late winner for the Hammers.
Meanwhile, on Twitter, Gold took his time to celebrate the West Ham win that took them up to third in the table on 20 points from 10 games.
The Tweet was in the end lapped up by Hammers fans and others laughing at Chelsea, featuring the West Ham mascots with a picture from before the game…
OK "who would like to play for Chelsea next week"? pic.twitter.com/tW57xhuncs
— David Gold (@davidgold) October 24, 2015