Adrian Goldberg reacts when asked about protests against West Brom ownership
Adrian Goldberg supports any peaceful protest looking to change the current ownership at West Brom.
The BBC Radio WM host, who also hosts the Liquidator Podcast, was asked about a planned gathering before the Baggies play Reading against Guochuan Lai and the other faceless board members.
However, despite supporting protests as a whole, he can’t support this one because he doesn’t know the people involved.
Writing on his personal Twitter account, he said: “I’ve read that it’s a 01:30pm gathering near the East Stand before the Reading game [December 11].
“I can’t endorse it personally as I don’t know the individuals involved, but I do support peaceful attempts to change the ownership at West Brom – our current owners haven’t got a clue.”
The fans have had enough.
It seems as if with the Baggies floundering on the pitch and in financial trouble off it, the West Brom fans have had enough [Business Live].
You can totally understand why they are planning some peaceful action because the club feels as if it has been left to rot.
Valerien Ismael was seemingly handed little money in the summer to work with, despite the Baggies selling Matheus Pereira, and those shortcomings in his squad are starting to be exposed [transfermarkt].
Of course, there are other issues as well, and it feels as if finally the Albion fans have had enough, and hopefully, this will lead to a change in ownership in the near future for West Brom.
Lai and the other faceless people will be gone one day, and if the fans have to take action to make that happen, then so be it.
Certainly, it will be fascinating to see how these protests go and if a large number of fans will be involved.
In other West Brom news, Ismael responds when asked about Sam Johnstone’s contract.