West Ham set to protest vs Burnley
On March 10, in the home match against Burnley, a West Ham fans’ protest is being organised.
The protest is aimed at owners David Gold, David Sullivan and vice-chairman Karren Brady.
West Ham fans want the owners and their people out the club. Whether they’ll get their way is another question altogether.
David Gold & David Sullivan ‘fail to attend’
This week there was a meeting between the ‘Real West Ham Fans Action Group’, David Gold, David Sullivan and Karren Brady.
According to reports of the meeting by the West Ham fans “David Gold and David Sullivan failed to attend” the meeting.
Karren Brady did sit with the supporters, and they are now waiting for a reaction from the club.
Nevertheless, the bottom line after the meeting is that “we feel as group committees we must still march as planned on the 10th March.”
Following today’s meeting which David Gold and David Sullivan failed to attend, we put various points across to Karren Brady. We are awaiting the clubs response. However we feel as group committees we must still march as planned on the 10th March. pic.twitter.com/r4XOUuA3jE
— Real West Ham Fans Action Group (@realwesthamfans) February 19, 2018
The ‘Real West Ham Fans Action Group’ have also spoken to Football London about the meeting with Karren Brady:
She listened. She summarised that some of the things we are interested in like heritage, the stadium fit for football, experience fit for fans, better access, stewarding, access for the disabled and others, will be listened to.
They are still a long, long way to being from the “world class” experienced that we believed we would get from them. Those words are coming back to haunt them.
We are still marching, it has to be progress.
At the end of the day, our view is we need not have got this point and it’s only through planning a march that we have actually got the vice-chairman to listen to us.