West Ham confirm new directors
Their job position’s may be new, but all three women know what it is like to work at West Ham.
Baroness Karren Brady has been part of the Hammers ownership for over 13 years, and she has now taken on an extra role to be the directors of their women’s team.
She has always made it clear that West Ham needed to build up their women’s team and facilities so they can be competing in the top four of the Women’s Super League.
Baroness Brady will be alongside Tara Warren and Nicola Keye, who have both worked at West Ham, but both have spent a lot of time working in women’s football and understand the growth of the game.
So between all three, the Irons look to be in very safe hands.
Tara Warren and Baroness Brady have spent many years working with each other and it was the Baroness that helped Warren get promoted to where she is now.
With their continued partnership it can only be a positive for West Ham and hopefully the fans see this with an improvement and growth at the club.
Predictions for West Ham in the next 3 years
In the new director’s word’s, they want to raise the whole of West Ham from their first team to their reserves to their academy.
With the growth of all teams it will hopefully bring in more money for the Hammer’s which is one of the main resources to become a top team and be able to attract top players.
A realistic goal for West Ham would be to start consistently finishing in the top 5 and hope to see them form grow year in year out.
The Hammers currently sit 7th in the WSL and being out of all cup competitions their main goal will be to finish as high up in the league as possible. With the new directors and set up, hopefully in the next couple of seasons West Ham can be competing with the best in the WSL.