West Ham

Karren Brady admits West Ham haven’t fulfilled one promise

West Ham in meltdown

The most toxic clubs in the Premier League right now is West Ham.

It’s not just the results, which are awful. And they are awful

Brighton beat West Ham 3-1 last Saturday, leaving the Hammers just three points off the bottom three.

The week before that Wigan knocked the Irons out of the FA Cup in another tepid display.

It’s the total breakdown in trust between the fans and the club’s owners and board.

West Ham fans feel they’ve been continuously lied to be David Sullivan, David Gold and Karren Brady.

They were told life would get better when they move from Upton Park to the London Stadium. But they’re now living in a sterile ground, and the club have arguably gone backwards on the pitch.

Karren Brady defends West Ham’s owners

On Tuesday, West Ham director Karren Brady has defended the West Ham’s owners on social media.

Fans have been flooding her social media account with questions about the club’s activities.

One of those supporters asked about the recruitment policy.

Brady supported her bosses, arguing that the club have been active in bringing in new players, while also switching focus to players’ wages.

Brady also addressed other complaints from West Ham fans about free WIFI in the London Stadium.

One this occasion she did admit that the club have not et fulfilled their promise.

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