Hammers Badge Poll Result


800px-West_Ham_United_FC.svgA surprisingly large number of fans voting in a ClaretandHugh poll on whether the club badge should be changed are ready to look at proposals for a new design.

Although a majority (53.4 per cent of those polls ) say they want it left as it is, nearly 40 per cent (39.38 pc) are ready to let the club put up suggestions.

A total of 809 said to leave it as it is while just 100 (6.62 per cent) definitely want a change. However, another 595 say it depends what designs are put forward.

Co-chairmanDavid Gold  told ClaretandHugh exclusively a few days ago that there would be no change unless a majority of fans wanted it.

And the club has made it clear in its own statement there will be a full consultative process with the supporters before any decisions are made …or not!

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Hugh Southon is a lifelong Iron and the founding editor of ClaretandHugh. He is a national newspaper journalist of many years experience and was Bobby Moore's 'ghost' writer during the great man's lifetime. He describes ClaretandHugh as "the Hammers daily newspaper!"

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  • jaybs says:

    Do we take everything with a pinch of salt what our owners may promise fans? there is no need for change! once you start, what comes next, colours, name?

    • If we hadn’t changed we would still be playing in the original shirts under the Ironworks name. Everything changes. Do we need to stay the same forever – can we not even discuss things without knees jerking absolutely everywhere?

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