The West Ham Groups United have published a 5000-word letter from the club sent to them last Wednesday.
The full reply from West Ham Vice-Chairman Karren Brady can be here read here on KUMB.com
The letter confirms that the action group had previously met with co-owner David Sullivan for three and a half hours the week before the alliance met with Karren Brady and Tara Warren.
The letter makes a number of promises around history and heritage to be better reflected including displaying previous West Ham crests at the London Stadium.
The club says plans are being submitted and approved to rename the primary walkway to the London stadium ‘The West Ham Way’
They commit to finding a permanent location for a museum to house the large collection of memorabilia they hold.
On season ticket pricing, Brady confirms that season ticket prices will be frozen but band 5 season ticket holders will see a £31 increase from £289 unless they sign up for two years.
The fans alliance say they will get feedback from their group members before deciding whether to march or not.
KUMB.com said today: “And at a West Ham Groups United meeting on Monday evening, it was agreed that the open letter should be published via the coalition’s various channels so that individual members of each group could have their say in order to determine whether the club’s proposals were sufficient enough to satisfy supporter’s demands and lead to the march being postponed or cancelled.