Karren Brady promises West Ham changes for fans amid protest plans
By Sky Sports News
Last Updated: 28/02/18 10:59pm
West Ham vice-chairman Karren Brady has written an open letter to fans who are planning to march in protest ahead of their match against Burnley on March 10.
In the nine-page letter obtained by Sky Sports News, Brady vowed to commit to a study which will bring seating closer to the pitch at the London Stadium.
In a move away from the initial talk of retractable seating at the ground, Brady said more money will be made available for investment in the playing squad.
Supporters will also be able to enjoy a fanzone and see the renaming of the walkway in which next month's protest is set to take place.
In addition to this, the 1000-plus items currently being kept in storage, including memorabilia from the 1966 World Cup, will be showcased in a trophy room or museum.
Fans will also be consulted over a new badge to mark their 125th anniversary.
Brady said in the letter she feels the board have listened and acted upon matters of importance to West Ham fans.
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