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West Ham fans protest against owners

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In Recent weeks West Ham United fans have not been happy with the direction the club is going in. Just a few weeks ago, West Ham fans were fuming at an unexpected loan transfer of one of their “valuable” players. Seems fans have had enough and now have directed their anger towards the bosses at West Ham.

Recently, fans have announced that ahead of  West Ham  Premier League match against Everton their will be multiple protest at the stadium. The protest is against owners David Gold and David Sullivan. The two men celebrate ten years in charge of the Hammers on Sunday.

Protesters are expected to come out in huge masses with an estimate of between 500 and 2,000 fans expected to turn up to protest against the owners ahead of today’s match.

David Moyes is in charge of the Hammers for the second time with many fans believing he was a cheap appointment by Gold and Sullivan.

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The owners have also taken West Ham from their loved Upton Park ground to the London Stadium, where the team have regularly struggled.

Just a couple of days ago, fans were fuming when West Ham United announces they have sold Martin Samuelsen to Hull City for an undisclosed fee. This came a few days after fans were hit with a blow on news that Joe Powell would be leaving permanently to join Burton Albion. 

West Ham go into today’s match sitting 16th in the Premier League table, just one point off the relegation zone.

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