The daughter of West Ham owner David Gold makes embarrassing blunder after the Man City game has been called off
The daughter of West Ham owner David Gold, Jacqueline, tweets that she has a “good feeling” about the Manchester City game … almost THREE HOURS after the game was canceled due to storm
Jacqueline Gold, daughter of West Ham owner David, has revealed that she has a ‘good feeling’ about the Hammers’ Premier League clash with Manchester City – three hours after the game was canceled due to extreme weather conditions.
The Sunday afternoon game was scheduled to start at 4:30 PM, but was postponed due to concerns about staff and supporters following the arrival of Storm Ciara.
In a statement on Twitter, City said: “Due to extreme and escalating weather conditions and in the interest of supporters and staff, today’s Premier League match against West Ham has been postponed.”
In the aftermath of Storm Ciara, Manchester City chose to postpone their collision with West Ham
Hours after it was announced that the game would not go ahead, the daughter of West Ham owner David Gold (right), Jacqueline (left, both pictured in 2013), welcomed the Hammers
Jacqueline insisted that she had “a good feeling” about the game, even though it was canceled
The CEO of Ann Summers, however, welcomed the Hammers hours after it was announced that no football would be played at Etihad.
Jacqueline Tweeted: ‘Have a good feeling about the game today … Let’s do this! @WestHam #WHUFC ‘
The embarrassing blunder comes at a time when the co-owners of West Ham, David Gold and David Sullivan, are intensively watched over their stewardship at the London Stadium.
West Ham owners David Sullivan (L) and Gold (R) have recently been scrutinized
West Ham fans have protested against the owners of the club and are becoming more and more vocal
And it seems that when it rains, it pours for the West Ham owners who have had to deal with violent protests from their own fan base while the club is in a relegation battle.
One Hammers supporter was banned last week for wearing an anti-board T-shirt while he was flagging at London Stadium last week, while a senior national newspaper correspondent was banned to defeat West Ham matches after his criticism of Sunday supplement.
The East London club received a 90-second apology from Sky Sports for criticizing the program.