West Ham United co-chairman David Sullivan’s son, Jack Sullivan, has revealed on social networking site Twitter what the Huddersfield Town directors said about the London club’s fans after the weekend’s game between the two sides.
The Hammers got the better of Huddersfield 4-1 away from home at the Kirklees Stadium in the Premier League on Saturday afternoon.
Mark Noble, Marco Arnautovic and Manuel Lanzini (two) scored the goals for the Hammers, who have now enhanced their chances of escaping the drop to the Championship at the end of the season.
West Ham co-chairman Sullivan’s son, Jack Sullivan, has revealed on Twitter that after the match, Huddersfield directors said that they have had the best away support all season.
Best away support they’ve had all season at the John Smith today, The Huddersfield directors said.— Jack Sullivan (@jsullivanwhu) 13 January 2018
What a massive performance, really important 3 points. On to Shrewsbury and bmth ⚒⚒⚒ #coyi #irons pic.twitter.com/AIElz5jG9W
West Ham have some of the most passionate fans in England, and the players need their support as the season progresses.
It has been frustrating for the Hammers fans for the past two or so seasons to watch the team struggle, but they should remain optimistic, especially as Marco Arnautovic and Manuel Lanzini are playing well at the moment.