HAMMERS UNITED STATEMENT.

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prince of wales wrote:
Thu Sep 24, 2020 5:29 pm
An Open Letter to West Ham United from Hammers United.

Dear West Ham,

We listened with great interest to David Sullivan’s interview on Talksport yesterday.

We noted comments re.the cup win against Hull costing the club £50,000.Like all West Ham supporters we would love a cup run and hope that our team can progress further.

As a supporters group of 16000 members we would like to offer the club help in paying for the team to get to the next round tie at Everton.We have a close association with our friends at Hornchurch Coaches and together would be able to make arrangements for the club’s travel.

We also recall Mr Sullivan’s suggestion that Hammers United assist with purchasing tickets for last seasons league game at Liverpool,thereby enabling the club to be able to afford to take full allocation.We might also be able to assist with purchasing of tickets.

If we can be of assistance please Email us at secretary@hammersunited.com

COYI.

Stephen Cross.
(Joint Secretary).
Excellent offer, who could refuse ? Mind you, it doesn't say return journey, so if they lose...

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prince of wales wrote:
Thu Sep 24, 2020 5:29 pm
An Open Letter to West Ham United from Hammers United.

Dear West Ham,

We listened with great interest to David Sullivan’s interview on Talksport yesterday.

We noted comments re.the cup win against Hull costing the club £50,000.Like all West Ham supporters we would love a cup run and hope that our team can progress further.

As a supporters group of 16000 members we would like to offer the club help in paying for the team to get to the next round tie at Everton.We have a close association with our friends at Hornchurch Coaches and together would be able to make arrangements for the club’s travel.

We also recall Mr Sullivan’s suggestion that Hammers United assist with purchasing tickets for last seasons league game at Liverpool,thereby enabling the club to be able to afford to take full allocation.We might also be able to assist with purchasing of tickets.

If we can be of assistance please Email us at secretary@hammersunited.com

COYI.

Stephen Cross.
(Joint Secretary).
Letters like that look childish and are a mistake.
Learn from BLM. They were taken seriously until one of their operatives started talking about Israel.
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prince of wales wrote:
Sat Sep 05, 2020 10:45 pm
We have made over 500 members today.We now have over 15100 members.Please remember to tell your friends and relations about us.We will organise,mobilise,and will get change.

Long Live West Ham.GSB out.

www.hammersunited..com
Great work mate and thumbs up to all you folks.
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Fancy calling your only son "Barnestoneworth"
He's got another name....
Yeah....."United"

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Tross talks Independent Supporters Board,Survey and Protests.-An update from Hammers United.

http://hammersunited.com/hammers-united-members-update/

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Gonzo hosts a Hammers United fan panel to discuss the past, present and future of West Ham United


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Hammers United: the way forward

With the 2020/21 season now under way, supporters' group Hammers United are staging a series of fan panels featuring well-known and/or prominent supporters among the club's fan base.

This latest debate, hosted by KUMB Editor Graeme, features Steve, Andy and George from Hammers United, Eamonn from KUMB, Sean from Claret & Hugh plus Jim from The HList.

Topics discussed included:

● Are West Ham 'United'?
● Is the rift between the board and fanbase irreparable?
● The London Olympic stadium - a white elephant or golden opportunity?
● How can we reclaim the club's identity?
● Can disenchanted and disenfranchised fans be won round?

You may watch the full (2h:20m) debate here:


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Good Morning West Ham Fans / HU,

When Bubbles sits down with Bill Gardner, you know it’s going to be a little bit special.

This is the teaser of the fan panel that you do not want to miss.

Thanks to Gonzo of Hammers Chat for hosting.

Tross
😎


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Well said on the Video above:

Will need improvement on academy to attract young players like Rice for examples to come to develop at West Ham which is the most important factor of the club (see how the old Wimbledon did in the 1970s to 1980s and won the FA Cup in 1988 as players from youth mostly helped).

Also to find a good young players from Championship or League 1 teams to fulfilled their dream to prove they can play in Premier League like Jarrod Bowen, Antonio & Cresswell.

When West Ham released Moyes back in 2018, he went to RB Leipzig and Salzberg football clubs to learn how they managed to be very strong and how they runs, then when Pellegrini was booted out and Moyes came back, I was pleased that Moyes learned from those 2 clubs and want to do the same with West Ham and brought in Bowen and Soucek in January transfer to fill in the worst area that was lacking and thus saved our season which is a masterstroke of luck. During the closed season once the transfer window open, Moyes took his time to try to find the correct type of players and some he couldn't due to too high fee but never gave up and he rejected a few from the scouts as some will not improve our squad and Moyes does not want to buy any players just to make up the numbers but looking for a correct one. David Sullivan was to blame for couple of players that Moyes want in the summer as Sullivan kept trying to get them on the cheap and meddling too long with transfer fees thus wasting time! Moyes eventually got Benrahma to replace ineffective Anderson who is out on a season long and free up wages plus good right back in Coufal as Soucek know him well and good partnership which is important.

Our Squad are still thin in some area like in Left Full back and Defensive Midfielder and hope to get 2 of those players to improve this area in January which Moyes is now trying to get by then.

Summer 2021 will be a busy one as West Ham need to get rid of players like Anderson, players of 32+ age and to replace them with younger, hunger players that are ready to replace once we sell off ours. GK need to be done as well as Fabianski is not as strong as he used to be and Randolph is just an average GK but just ok for 2nd GK. Nathan Trott from the youth was with AFC Wimbledon and he did well but has no Premier League experience so ideally to send him to Championship team preferably top half team for a season loan to see how he does.

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