Fans' alliance to discuss club proposals

  • by Staff Writer
  • Monday, 26th February 2018

The supporters' alliance that attended a recent meeting with the Board of WHUFC to share its numerous concerns will reassemble this week in order to discuss the club's proposals.

The committee, that included members of the Real West Ham Fans Action Group, KUMB, WHUISA, West Ham TV and Hammers Chat will be gathering again to discuss the club's response to the intial meeting with vice-chair Karren Brady and fellow Board member Tara Warren.

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A number of points pertaining to the operation of the football club since West Ham moved to Stratford were raised during last week's five-hour meeting, ranging from continuing concerns over security at the stadium to the negative influence Karren Brady's weekly tabloid newspaper column may have had on the club.

The Board have since responded with their proposals, which will be discussed by the groups involved ahead of a prospective follow-up meeting with the club at a date yet to be confirmed.

The emergency meeting between supporters and the Board of Directors was called by the club after the RWHFAG announced its intention to stage a protest march against the club's owners on 10 March.

Although supporters have cited many differing individual reasons for intending to protest, all those in attendance at next month's peaceful parade will be marching under a general banner of "no confidence" in West Ham United's current Board, which stands accused of gross mismanagement of the club both on and off the field.

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