The West Ham fans in the Transfer Tavern have been reacting to the news coming out of their club this morning that they’ve signed a contract extension with Global Image Sports Inc (GIS). The extended contract with GIS will see the continued promotion and development of West Ham’s overseas programme in North America. Fans can read more about the deal on the West Ham website.
West Ham United have agreed to extend their long-term partnership with Global Image Sports Inc (GIS).https://t.co/7v36hcNRQV
— West Ham United (@WestHamUtd) April 23, 2018
The Hammers look set to achieve safety in the premier league this season, despite suffering a scare in March where they lost three consecutive games by a three-goal margin. For the club, keeping their Premier League status is key as they aim to continue overseas projects like this one with GIS and need the level of funding that being a Premier League club provides to do this.
West Ham’s partnership with GIS has seen the development of North American soccer, there are currently over 35 West Ham North American Academy youth soccer partners made up of tens of thousands of young players.Whilst the fans will be delighted with the news, they’ll also be keeping one eye on their club closer to home, the Irons have become increasingly frustrated with their board, who they want to see let manager David Moyes go at the end of the season.
You can read our London Stadium faithful’s verdict on their deal with GIS here:
That's great news. Defo renewing my season ticket for next season in the light of that news.
— Geoff Smith (@GeoffSm43725963) April 23, 2018
Get rid of Moyes
— Ryan (@Ryan_G89) April 23, 2018
Moyes out. Show some ambition for something other than dollar signs
— joe (@joeski02) April 23, 2018
— West Ham Central (@WestHam_Central) April 23, 2018
Great. More money to the owners that we won't see invested.
— J (@james_blacknell) April 23, 2018
Because there have been sooooo many amazing footballers from the US busting into our sides ……
— BobbyBelcher (@BobbyBelcher) April 23, 2018
Can we also agree to extend our stay in the PL for another season and sign some players to keep us there
— Glenn Anderson (@glenn_and) April 23, 2018
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