Missed the game but can't say I'm disappointed with the result in the overall scheme of things.
Many will travel to West Ham this season and come away with nothing. Not that bad.
Only ten-man Chelsea came away with nothing to be precise.
Of course we don't have a right to win every game and a draw at West Ham isn't a disaster.
But we've not had a season so far that means we can afford to draw these games, IF we're looking to keep pace at the top.
At current pacing we'll end the season on 53 points, which would be our worst haul since 2005-6 except, of course, last year.
I'm simply saying there seems to have been a lowering of expectation such that people aren't openly aspiring for top 4 like we used to.
I don't understand why people are happy with results like this. We've lost against top teams like City, United and Arsenal, drawn with decent, half decent or openly mediocre teams like Tottenam, West Ham, the Shite, Swansea and won against proper horseshit like Sunderland and Chelsea. (The only exception is a win against Southampton which is not an exception really considering their poor start).
These are results of a midtable team so it's not a big surprise we are sitting midtable. I'ts a shame really, because with Chelsea being a joke, top4 shouldn‘t be beyond the realms of possibility this season.