David Gold wished Robert Snodgrass a happy birthday on Twitter yesterday. But his tweet backfired badly, with many West Ham fans responding, pleading with him to sell up.

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The Hammers are in a bit of a state at the moment.

We have sold one of our best young players to a direct Premier League rival and have missed out on some of our top transfer targets to other teams in and around us in the table.

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The transfer window doesn’t close until October 5th, so there is still plenty of time for things to change.

But as things stand, it’s not looking good.

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The West Ham fans are disillusioned with the way the club is being run. David Sullivan and David Gold continue to make poor decision after poor decision. And it seems as though there has been one PR disaster after another this summer.

Yesterday, Gold posted a tweet wishing Robert Snodgrass a happy 33rd birthday. But it backfired badly.

Many West Ham fans responded by urging the 83-year-old to sell up:

 

David Moyes has his work cut-out if he is to achieve success at the London Stadium this season.

The owners can still turn things around by backing the Scot financially. But time is running out.

And Gold must know that as well, judging by the tweets posted above.

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