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Re: Hammers United - New supporters group

Post by Whiskyman » Mon Apr 15, 2019 4:34 pm

prince of wales wrote:
Mon Apr 15, 2019 3:33 pm
Meeting of Hammers United Members on Saturday April 20th commencing at 11.30 hrs.at Plaistow Park Community Centre,Queens Road West, E13 0PE.



1.Election of Committee.


2.To consider our aims, and points to be put to the Board of West Ham United.


3.To consider campaign should the Board of West Ham United not agree to meet.


4.Recruitment campaign.


5.Any other business.
I stuck this on another thread and, imo, it gives an idea what a lot of people feel about the present ownership, If you think it's any use put it forward as a question. There are plenty of quotes from the dwarf and his mate from the time of the takeover available on the net if you need to refresh your memory. Which I'm sure you don't. ;)

When the present ownership took over certain aims and ambitions were clearly outlined. To date there seems to have been no progress made towards achieving those commendable aims. Can we ask what business plans and strategy the board have, or intend to, put in place to facilitate the achievement of those ambitions.
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Re: Hammers United - New supporters group

Post by ToneLoc » Mon Apr 15, 2019 7:59 pm

Whiskyman wrote:
Mon Apr 15, 2019 4:34 pm
prince of wales wrote:
Mon Apr 15, 2019 3:33 pm
Meeting of Hammers United Members on Saturday April 20th commencing at 11.30 hrs.at Plaistow Park Community Centre,Queens Road West, E13 0PE.



1.Election of Committee.


2.To consider our aims, and points to be put to the Board of West Ham United.


3.To consider campaign should the Board of West Ham United not agree to meet.


4.Recruitment campaign.


5.Any other business.
I stuck this on another thread and, imo, it gives an idea what a lot of people feel about the present ownership, If you think it's any use put it forward as a question. There are plenty of quotes from the dwarf and his mate from the time of the takeover available on the net if you need to refresh your memory. Which I'm sure you don't. ;)

When the present ownership took over certain aims and ambitions were clearly outlined. To date there seems to have been no progress made towards achieving those commendable aims. Can we ask what business plans and strategy the board have, or intend to, put in place to facilitate the achievement of those ambitions.
Good luck with that one mate !
A business plan & strategy based on on-pitch success?
That’ll be scribbled on a beer mat somewhere in Theydon Hall.
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Re: Hammers United - New supporters group

Post by Whiskyman » Mon Apr 15, 2019 11:38 pm

ToneLoc wrote:
Mon Apr 15, 2019 7:59 pm
Whiskyman wrote:
Mon Apr 15, 2019 4:34 pm


I stuck this on another thread and, imo, it gives an idea what a lot of people feel about the present ownership, If you think it's any use put it forward as a question. There are plenty of quotes from the dwarf and his mate from the time of the takeover available on the net if you need to refresh your memory. Which I'm sure you don't. ;)

When the present ownership took over certain aims and ambitions were clearly outlined. To date there seems to have been no progress made towards achieving those commendable aims. Can we ask what business plans and strategy the board have, or intend to, put in place to facilitate the achievement of those ambitions.
Good luck with that one mate !
A business plan & strategy based on on-pitch success?
That’ll be scribbled on a beer mat somewhere in Theydon Hall.
Undoubtedly it will mate. But being a club at this "next level" is not just about success on the field is it ? It's also about having the supporting infrastructure to run itself like a professionally managed business enterprise.

And not the Daily Fucking Sport. :lol:
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Re: Hammers United - New supporters group

Post by prince of wales » Fri Apr 19, 2019 12:45 pm

HAMMERS UNITED MEETING.SATURDAY AT THE PLAISTOW COMMUNITY CENTRE.

Most of you will have heard that Plaistow Underground Station is closed on Saturday.This is very unhelpful.

Please make the extra effort to come.From Stratford and West Ham there are buses every 5 minutes with a journey time of 7 minutes.From Canning Town it is similar.It really is not a big deal so please dont let it deter you.

We West Fans really do have to stand up and be counted and it starts NOW.

Thank You.
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