Everything is still up in the air at the moment regarding when Premier League football will actually resume. And West Ham fans are very angry at the fact that they are still yet to receive any kind of clarification regarding potential ticket refunds.

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Many believe that action could resume as early as next month. Whether that happens, however, remains to be seen.

Whenever the Premier League is back up and running, there certainly won’t be any fans in attendance.

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David Moyes (Photo by Harriet Lander/Copa/Getty Images )

The games will be played behind closed doors.

And considering the fact that West Ham still have five home games to play, Hammers fans obviously want to know what’s going on regarding refunds.

The east London outfit are in real trouble at the moment. And David Moyes has his work cut-out, if he is to guide his team to safety.

The Mirror reported last month that Premier League clubs would refund a staggering £177 million to their season ticket holders.

Hammers fans still in the dark

West Ham are one of the last clubs to update their fans on what the outcome will be regarding refunds, however.

 

ExWHUemployee took to Twitter and suggested that he is none the wiser either:

And although it sounds harsh, the fact that West Ham fans haven’t been told one way or the other what will happen with ticket refunds highlights David Sullivan and David Gold’s questionable running of the football club.

Sometimes the fans need to be put first. And that quite clearly hasn’t been the case here.

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David Gold and David Sullivan (Photo by Charlotte Wilson/Offside/Getty Images)

Sullivan and Gold are well-renowned for being hard-nosed businessmen.

It is clear to see for every Hammers fan that they are both only really involved with the club in order to make some money and then move on at some point in the future.

They need to step up now, however. West Ham fans deserve answers. And the longer time passes without them, the more stick Gold and Sullivan will rightly receive from the London Stadium faithful.

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