It’s been two years since West Ham left the Boelyn Ground for the London Stadium and, for many, a large part of the club died with the move.

On the anniversary on the controversial stadium switch, the West Ham official Twitter account posted a reminder of ‘a day that will live long in the memory’ and it didn’t take too long for fans to become critical.

Since moving to the home of the 2012 Olympics, West Ham have struggled to compete and have spent the last two campaigns battling against relegation, a dramatic decline from the Europa League-chasing campaigns previously.

Rather conveniently, West Ham face Manchester United this evening in the penultimate Premier League game of the season – the same opponent that the Hammers beat in the final game at the Boelyn Ground.

While fans will fondly remember the stadium, it’s clear the wounds are still fresh and the board remain unforgiven for their decision to move homes.