Vic_Watson wrote: ↑
Sun Jan 19, 2020 12:19 pm
I read that a lot of people were walking past with bemused expressions. Pampleteering might have helped suck them in. Stick a leaflet in their hand and they'd know what was going on.
I think that’s the toughest part of all of this getting across the message to wider support
Odd though as for the bond scheme with no social media , everyone pretty much was on board with the anti bond scheme and it was full on support from every part of the Boleyn ground
The only way these days is personalities , who are held in high esteem across the clubs fan base young and old alike, the club know this and did so a long time ago , it’s their policy to have those types on board so to speak , giving them credibility
Hammers United need a figure like that on their side, a man well liked and admired by fans, with a track record of media and a platform to be heard by all the fan base and respected, I know who it should be, I think he would step up, I think and know he feels as strong about the issues as a lot so, but is it worth his while and would it affect his status in the media, I hope not and he can do it. As it is the next step