West Ham fans have taken to Twitter in reaction to a column written by new board member Daniel Kretinsky for the Evening Standard where he outlined an important transfer message.

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The Czech Billionaire acquired 27% of the Hammers just over two weeks ago and he is now the club’s second largest shareholder.

Future’s bright for West Ham

The West Ham fans are excited about what the future may hold with Kretinsky’s net worth believed to be somewhere in the range of £3-4 billion.

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It seems as though Kretinsky will take a slowly slowly approach to turning the Hammers into perennial challengers for trophies, however.

West Ham fans absolutely love transfer message delivered by Daniel Kretinsky

The new Hammers board member laid out his future plans for the club when writing a column for the Evening Standard this afternoon.

Kretinsky made it very clear that West Ham will not be splashing serious cash in January.

Instead, the 46-year-old outlined how he plans to place great trust and investment into the club’s academy.

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Obviously that is great news for the fans, as long as it is supplemented by the odd big money signing here and there.

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Kretinsky’s bold pledge included his experience of making mistakes with Slavia Prague and now being able to learn from them.

All we can ask for is honesty and transparency from Kretinsky. That is something that we haven’t had as West Ham fans from our owners for quite some time.

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Some West Ham fans took to Twitter in reaction to the transfer message from Kretinsky in his column for the Standard today:

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