Filed: Monday, 13th March 2017
By: Staff Writer
Away season ticket holders have forced West Ham to review the situation regarding next season's allowance.
It was announced earlier today that away season tickets for the 2017/18 season - of which just 500 are currently available - would be sold on a first come, first served basis, much to the anger of existing away regulars.
However following a number of complaints to the club throughout the morning (Monday), KUMB understands that an internal meeting had been scheduled (for Tuesday) with regards to reviewing the situation.
Meanwhile all current away season ticket holders are being contacted to be informed that their seats will now be held until Wednesday, 31 May, on the basis that they have been re-applied for by 5pm on Thursday, 16 March.
West Ham United announced this morning that all season ticket prices are being frozen for next season.
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