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'Oh my god', 'you can't be serious': Some West Ham fans react to what David Gold has just tweeted

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West Ham United supporters are not the biggest fans of their owners, but good results on the pitch has reduced the moans and groans quite considerably since the start of last season.

Watching Newcastle United fans see the back of Mike Ashley would’ve made a few Irons supporters jealous as most of them want David Gold and David Sullivan out of the London Stadium as well.

One supposed fan, however, seems to be of the opposite stance. Gold took to Twitter today to post a picture of a ‘GSB Stay‘ sign stuck on a lamppost somewhere in London. The Hammers chief expressed his gratitude to whoever put that sign out there.

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West Ham fans react to David Gold’s tweet

Gold would’ve been a happy man seeing that sign. The Irons chief, along with his co-owners, has received a ton of stick over the years for the way they’ve run the football club.

Even before the start of last season, West Ham fans were furious about how little money was made available for transfers.

David Moyes’ incredible work on the pitch saw West Ham finish in the top-six last season. They’ve started this campaign really well too, which is the only reason why the club’s owners aren’t receiving the daily backlash that was so common 18 months ago.

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However, that doesn’t mean that the fans fully back them either. One person, who may or may not be a fan, seems to love GSB, but most supporters who have replied to Gold’s tweet today have made their feelings towards the ownership very clear.

Some fans have even joked that Gold may have stuck that sign there himself.

Here’s how a few of them reacted on Twitter…

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