Inaugural action group meeting confirmed

  • by Staff Writer
  • Friday, 1st December 2017

A West Ham action group have called a meeting of supporters at the iconic Boleyn Pub in Upton Park to discuss the current unrest at the football club.

The group, known as The Real West Ham Fans was established just two weeks ago but already has over 9,000 Facebook members and is calling on supporters to come together to discuss the changes that many West Ham supporters feel are needed at the club.

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The meeting, to be staged this coming Monday (4 December) will establish the five key action points to present to the Board at a forthcoming meeting.

The group was established by lifelong supporter Andy Swallow, who said: "This isn't simply about what's happing on the pitch, it's much more fundamental than that.

"Supporters were made huge promises by David Gold, David Sullivan and Karren Brady to give up our home of 100+ years. Those promises have never even looked like being matched by reality.

"We want supporters to come together and agree what are the biggest priorities are and decide what is the best action to take to achieve them."

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A large attendance is expected but all supporters are encouraged to attend the meeting, which is due to start at 8:00pm at the Boleyn Pub on the corner of Green Street and Barking Road.

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