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Anti-Board march proceeds with police escort

Filed: Saturday, 10th March 2018
By: Staff Writer

Several hundred West Ham supporters have gathered in Stratford Park this morning ahead of a march against the club's Board.

The march - which was cancelled last week by original organisers RWHFAG before WHUISA attempted to resurrect it, without success - is going ahead despite having been given no permission to proceed.

Fans began to gather in the park shortly before 11.00am this morning

Hundreds of fans determined to have their say, representing various websites and social media groups, have gathered in the park this morning despite the protest having been cancelled twice.

And according to eye-witness reports, police have arrived in order to escort the rapidly expanding group from the park to the stadium, no more than a few hundred yards away.

We'll have more for you on this story soon...

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