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ISA backing Action Group


Filed: Tuesday, 6th February 2018
By: Staff Writer


WHUISA have offered their full backing to the RWHFAG's proposed march next month.

The West Ham United Independent Supporter Association, which was set up in 2017 and represents several hundred supporters confirmed this morning that they would be fully supporting the efforts of the Action Group.

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"The committee would like to formally announce its intent to support the efforts of the Real West Ham Fans Action Group & West Ham Groups United fort he proposed protest march that is currently planned for 10 March 2018," read a statement.

"WHUISA has been in contact with RWHFAG a number of times in the past month and are happy to formally support the efforts being made to arrange a family friendly, peaceful demonstration where the strength of feeling and emotion regarding the current situation at West Ham United is to be made plain for all to hear and see.

"All WHUISA members are encouraged to attend the planned protest on 10 March."

The Real West Ham Fans Action Group was formed in November 2017. A fundraising appeal ahead of next month's march resulted in the Group's 20,000 target being met in less than five days.





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