Neil Ashton (Sun), John Cross (Daily Mirror), Jonathan Liew (Independent) and Sam Wallace (Telegraph) have all put the boot into the West Ham owners during Sky Sports Sunday Supplement review.
“It’s not ridiculous to claim that West Ham are the worst-run club in the Premier League,” said Jonathan Liew from the Independent. “There’s an old saying in politics – voters will forgive a Government that makes unpopular decisions but they won’t forgive incompetence. I think West Ham fans are at that point where they don’t believe their owners are the least bit competent and once you’ve broken the thread of trust, it’s very hard to get it back.”
Meanwhile, Sam Wallace from the Telegraph said: “The fans have been moved to a new stadium and they don’t like it. They don’t like the team and they’re in another relegation battle.When a club makes mistake after mistake, it ceases to become a coincidence. And I don’t think the transfer policy that Henry oversaw was particularly effective either.” To watch the discussion in full, watch the video below.”
John Cross from the Mirror added: “The fans are angry with the ownership, the fans are angry with anything the owners are doing at the moment, whether it be the transfer dealings whether it be losing at Wigan and a few fans congregate around David Sullivan as he is leaving the ground. It’s a very unhappy place at the moment. It really piles on the talk of crisis, the talk of bad times at the London Stadium”