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Back to the Boleyn [video]


Filed: Tuesday, 13th February 2018
By: Staff Writer


The Real West Ham Fans Action Group have released a new video examining the legacy of West Ham United's move from Upton Park.

In a 35-minute special, RWHFAG front men Andy Swallow and Micky Morgan return to the club's spiritual home to speak to former members of the local community, former club staff and local businesses - those that haven't gone out of business since the club moved to Stratford, at least - to discuss the fallout of the club's departure in 2016.

Swallow - who was raised just a few hundred yards from the Boleyn Ground - and Morgan, who also lived in the locale for several years also discuss the forthcoming anti-Board protest march and the battle to raise sufficient funds to send little Isla Caton to the US for much needed treatment in her fight against cancer.

You may see the (37-minute long) video below; for more on the RWHFAG, visit their Facebook group.








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