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West Ham fans plan protest against co-owners David Sullivan and David Gold for Huddersfield game

West Ham fans plan protest against co-owners David Sullivan and David Gold for Huddersfield game

West Ham United supporters are planning a protest against co-owners David Sullivan and David Gold at Monday night’s game at home to Huddersfield Town.

The Hammers have endured a miserable start to the season that has seen them lose their first three Premier League games, although all of those fixtures were away from home.

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As reported by the London Evening Standard, subscriptions are being raised for the buying of #BoardOut banners, with many West Ham fans extremely angry with the current situation surrounding their club.

A large proportion of the club’s fans are still aggrieved at West Ham’s decision to move from Upton Park to the London Stadium with the situation not helped by the club’s dire form.

There were a host of new arrivals at West Ham in the summer transfer window, including Javier Hernandez, Marko Arnautovic, Pablo Zabaleta and Joe Hart, but performances have been disappointing and manager Slaven Bilic already finds himself under intense pressure.

In addition fans were left frustrated at the club’s failed pursuit of Sporting Lisbon midfielder William Carvalho.

West Ham have created 23 chances in the Premier League this season

 

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