Tag Archive | Gold

The late DG’s home is on the market

The late and much missed Hammers co chairman David Gold’s home  has gone on the market for £6million.

Vanessa and family honour DG at Rush Green

Joint-Chair Vanessa Gold and her family – mourning the death of her Dad David 12 months ago –  were at the Rush Green training ground yesterday to honour DG by unveiling a red Acer tree in his memory …and all Hammers no longer with us.

The perfect West Ham Football Club ambassador

It was a year ago today that we lost the perfect West Ham football club ambassador – David Gold.

Christmas Day and memories of David Gold

Christmas Day and memories of David Gold

The Gold shares sale explained

By Sean Whetstone

CandH Exclusive: Sullivan knocks back takeover talk

CandH Exclusive By Hughie Southon

Birthday boy David Gold remembered

 

Vanessa Gold: “Claret and blue is in my blood …thanks Dad”

West Ham’s newly appointed Joint Chairman has penned an open letter in the London Evening Standard
We are more than happy top publish it here knowing that her father will be a proud and delighted to hear what his beloved daughter has to say about him and his West Ham connections since childhood ….and hers as a result.
Vanessa has now been appointed to the board and could hardly be prouder after watching teh Hammers home and away with her father since that those childhood days.
She says that knowing the other members of the board well she will be doing all in her power to have the club aiming higher.
Her appointment suggests that there will be no takeover of the club for some time to come if at all after inheriting some of part of the Gold shares, on whom David Sullivan has forst call ahead of Daniel Kretinsky.
Here’s the letter from Vanessa:
“Claret and Blue are in my blood — they always have been. My sister, Jacqueline, and I grew up with West Ham United woven into the very fibre of our childhood. I still vividly remember our first visit to a home game — my Dad, DG, holding our hands, walking us through the gates at Upton Park, the roar of the crowd and the edge-of-your-seat excitement of the game. That was it for me. The love affair began that day, and has grown stronger with every match, the good and the bad. To be a Gold is to be a Hammer.

West Ham were always our team, our great love, but to become joint-chair of the club? Well, that wasn’t a position I ever expected to be talking to you about today. That was my Dad’s role, the one both my sister and I watched him do with pride. I loved seeing the happiness it brought him, the endless hours he’d spend on the terraces, in the changing rooms, and on the pitch if they’d have him. Family first for my Dad, always, but .

Victory parade underway.Sullivan tells DG: “This is for you”

West Ham’s open top bus victory parade is in full swing around the east end.

Remembering David Gold with thanks for everything!