Angry West Ham fans are planning protests and banners against the club’s board in the first Premier League match at the London Stadium this season.
Next week’s Monday Night Football match sees the visit of Huddersfield Town to east London in what will be the first home match of the campaign for the Hammers thanks to their stadium being used for the recent IAAF World Athletics Championships.
However, it seems it will be an unhappy return home regardless of the result for West Ham’s board – with a number of banners and protests being suggested by seriously disgruntled supporters.
Fans are unhappy with the way the club conducted their business late in the transfer window – with results on the pitch also declining and manager Slaven Bilic being placed under enormous pressure.
A Crowdfunding page has been set up for flags and banners to protest the running of the club at the Huddersfield match – with numerous suggestions already being floated.
One suggested banner reads: “Formed by the working class, ruined by the rich, sold a dream built on lies. Brady, Sullivan, Gold and co., enough is enough, it’s time to go”.
Another banner reads: “Lie after lie after lie, enough is enough. Brady, Sully and co., time to go.”
A number of Hammers supporters on social media have also voiced their support of the movement – claiming that something needs to be done to show the owners that fans of the club are unsettled.
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