West Ham United have submitted an application to build a new training resource at the club’s Rush Green location, which is scheduled to be completed in September 2023 [Romford Recorder].
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Irons were not able to officially move towards starting the work after initially being given the opportunity to initiate this proposal in 2018 [Romford Recorder].
Permission has since lapsed, prompting the Hammers hierarchy to re-apply for specialised status to carry out the work needed to build the facility.
Is the proposed Rush Green update a positive thing for WHUFC?
The purpose of building the new area at Rush Green will be to raise the quality of the West Ham Women’s team’s facilities at the club. The final outcome of the proposal is set to be revealed on October 13th.
In light of this news, many West Ham United fans took to social media to portray their opinions on the training centre update.
West Ham fans react:
Replying to West Ham Central on Twitter, here is what some fans had to say about developments:
“I don’t mean to be that guy, but maybe that’s why we have a littler budget to expected?”
“New portacabin being installed next week”
“B&q sheds I bet ya”
“This is the same proposal put forward & approved in 2018, it’s not new news, has nothing to do with PAI & has no links to no transfers etc. The proposals are also totally inadequate for a PL club and is nothing more than a temp sticking plaster and prob a max cost of approx £5m.”
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