You will no doubt be aware of the debate that's been going on about tickets and particularly the allocation of away tickets. We thought it was time to get a proper feel for what supporters feel, so please take a moment to complete our survey and please share it with friends. We will publish the results and present them to the club at the start of February.
West Ham are not the problem” “The London Stadium needs leadership”
West Ham United Independent Supporters’ Association (WHUISA) have obtained West Ham United’s vice chair, Karren Brady’s, submission to the Moore-Stephens Olympic Stadium review for the Mayor of London.
After launching and guiding WHUISA through its first year, our chair Paul Christmas has asked to step down so he can concentrate on other projects such as his great work with the Hammers Supporters’ Club. He remains a committee member.
As a result, vice-chair, Mark Walker, will become acting chair until the next committee meeting.
The inability to confirm the time and date of the Tottenham Hotspur v West Ham United Premier League fixture in late December is both unacceptable to fans and symptomatic of a deeper problem in the relationship between football and television.
A commitment was made to fans to confirm all fixture changes for TV a minimum of six weeks ahead. It’s now just over four weeks until the original fixture date of 30 December. Fans are unable to make travel plans at a complex and expensive time of year, and there is the added complication of the game currently being scheduled – but not confirmed