Sorry if I don't fit in, but I'm a 5. I don't want to see us go down. I'll be devastated. As I posted in another thread this morning, I can't see how relegation will hit them directly in the pocket? Yes, the value of their asset, the club, will reduce, but other than that, can one of you learned people explain how it will affect them personally on a financial level? Brady will still be getting her bonuses, G&S will still be getting their interest, and yes, granted they may even have to use some of their own money in to the club - but they'll gain interest on that too, so if anything, in the long term they'll probably profit from it on a personal level.
Meanwhile, those much further down the food chain get made redundant, the normal day to day people scraping hand to mouth with families to feed, our better players get sold off for nothing near what they are worth.
I'm sure someone will correct me if I'm wrong, but the clubs money isn't their money, and as I said before, the only ones to lose out will be people at the club, the club itself and the fans.
And what do we do when we are down there? Try and get back to exactly where we are now. So what's the ****ing point? Then of course, if they do get us back up, they're the ones that will bask in the 'glory', whilst the normal day to day Hammers Fans that don't see the wood from the trees, the non-KUMB membership, those that are not part of the Twitterati, can fawn over them and say (like they still do when you point out to them this vile trio have already relegated us before) "Yeah, but they got us back up again, they saved us".
Personally, I'd rather see us struggle down the bottom of The Premier League, so it can show these shysters up for what they are - a board that's incapable of running a large, well supported, Premier League club, and that they are well and truly out of their depth.