Filed: Wednesday, 12th October 2005
By: Matthew O'Greel
Terry Brown was re-elected Chairman of West Ham United this morning at the Club's annual AGM.
Of the 14m available votes just 350 were cast against Brown being returned as Chairman of the Football Club in one of the quietest annual meetings for several years.
Just one question was raised by the shareholders - concerning directors renumerance, to which Brown confirmed that all directors had returned to their pre-relegation salaries (a salary worth over £500k plus benefits per year to Brown).
Shareholders also voted to accept the annual accounts and the reappointment of Deloitte & Touche as the Club's auditors by an overwhelming majority (in terms of votes cast).
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