West Ham fans vs Hammers owners
A shocking banner was on view on Saturday at Anfield as Liverpool beat West Ham.
It’s not a secret that there’s a huge breakdown between West Ham’s owners and fans at the moment.
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.
Adolf Hitler banner vs Liverpool
During Saturday’s match at Liverpool, West Ham fans displayed the following banner:
Brady, Sullivan and Gold you have done more damage to the East End of London than Adolf Hitler did. Out out out.
I mean. Bloody hell. pic.twitter.com/n0xVFtDxhy
— MUNDIAL (@MundialMag) February 24, 2018
While the West Ham fans may be passionate in their hatred against their owners, this banner crossed a line.
Comparing West Ham’s owners to Hitler is simply ridiculous and highly offensive.
Liverpool 4 – West Ham 1
Liverpool scored another three points in the Premier League against West Ham.
The writing was on the wall for the Hammers after just two minutes, when a Mohamed Salah shot hit the inside of the post and stayed out.
Emre Can broke the deadlock with a 29th minute header from a Salah corner. Salah then doubled the lead early in the second half.
Roberto Firmino made it 3-0, Sadio Mane added a late fourth, while Michail Antonio scored a consolation for West Ham.