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Wolves game on despite rail strike

The Hammers game against Wolves will go ahead on Saturday despite a major train strike.

The rare Saturday game, however, looks certain to be affected by a lower crowd attendance with Network Rail telling the public not to attempt to travel with coordinated industrial action wiping out most train services across Great Britain, as a third rail union confirmed it would join the strike

www.6foot2.co.uk reports that there was no request from the club, police, or London Stadium Safety Advisory Group to reschedule the game but equally, nor did the Premier League did not offer the option in the first place.

Manager David Moyes wanted to game to go ahead being desperate to get points on the board as soon as possible but fans will face an almighty struggle getting to the match.

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London Underground and buses are running is also a factor for this rare Saturday game at the London Stadium.

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One comment on “Wolves game on despite rail strike

  1. Who would have thought that Moyes could have so completely taken over control of the club that even a decision as to whether we play a game or it gets cancelled is all down to him alone. Nothing to do with the board or the fans or health and safety or the police. Moyes says no we need points on the board so the games going ahead. Very interesting.

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