Who else thought it was a bit odd when the Sunday Supplement Tweet containing the comments from Jonathan Liew and Matt Law on the way the club is being run was deleted?
Well, the Daily Mail have now reported that the owners have entered a legal dispute with Sky Sports over the quotes, sending them a letter demanding an apology.
We’ve all seen what the guests had to say about the board and many fans believed they were spot on.
Fans on Twitter have been commenting on the “embarrassing” news, with one stating that they’re still waiting for their apology over promises about the stadium, while anotherr questioned why they don’t sue all the fans who hold the same opinion…
You can see those Tweets and the best of the rest slamming the owners, below…
I am still waiting for my apology for this .. pic.twitter.com/FPHGXVjEWY
— mikejoyce (@hammersmikey) January 31, 2020
A few home truths and they get a bit moody can’t wait for them to sell up nothing but an embarrassment to our club ..what’s left of it
— Marc M (@yazzo1) January 31, 2020
😂😂😂 they don’t like it. So are they going to sue all of us West Ham fans who think exactly the same??
— Chris (@MR_bucket5) January 31, 2020
The fact West Ham’s Board are more worried about certifiable comments made about them in Sunday Supplement than they are about West Ham’s ever increasing likelihood of relegation sums them up perfectly. If only they were as quick to act in fixing player issues and club issues.
— Josh Verrills (@WestHamJoshV) January 31, 2020
— MS (@bubsy_1977) January 31, 2020
Couple of proper tin pot dictators these two. I hope sky embarrass them if this goes to court.
— Ray Coster (@coster_ray) January 31, 2020