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Gold and Sullivan plan hinted at in West Ham report as club looks to stay in Premier League

Life at West Ham United has not been easy for the fans in the Transfer Tavern, with a host of damning performances and results, as well as the infamous pitch invasion and fury directed towards the board during their defeat to Burnley.

Supporters are angry and upset with the way their club is being handled, however, a number of them took it upon themselves to fight for what they believe in during their loss to the Clarets.

The Hammers faithful have been unhappy with the lack of investment the board have provided in terms of transfers, which has shown in results on the pitch, whilst most are also frustrated with the decision to move from Upton Park to the London Stadium in the first place.

Fans have called for co-owners David Sullivan and David Gold, as well as vice-chairman Karren Brady to stay away from future matches, however, the owners remained determined to be at their team’s fixtures.

A report by the Evening Standard has suggested that they do not have any intentions of missing the crucial match against Southampton at the London Stadium, although they may not appear during the club’s friendly with Dagenham and Redbridge on Wednesday.

Landlord’s Verdict

The appearance of the owners during their game with the Saints at the end of the month could be a worry for those involved with the club. Fans in the Tavern may be concerned that the presence of Gold, Sullivan and Brady could become a distraction and send West Ham down into the Championship.

West Ham fans, what do you feel about the decision from the owners to be at the game against Southampton? Let us know below…

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