West Ham owners David Gold and David Sullivan have made a complaint to Sky Sports following the broadcaster's coverage of their side on panel show Sunday Supplement.
The panel of journalists consisting of Matt Law, Jonathan Liew and Matt Dickenson discussed Gold, Sullivan and Karen Brady's running of the club, and their criticism sparked a complaint after the West Ham bosses deemed it inaccurate.
A comment from Liew is believed to be what really riled up the West Ham owners. On the running of the Hammers, the Guardian journalist said: "There is a culture that basically everybody's got their hands in the till."
Sunday Supplement coming right up on @SkySports at 10am. With some guests too! So much to debate with top writers @jonathanliew @DickinsonTimes and @Matt_Law_DT @SundaySupp. pic.twitter.com/k8xhI9tgve— Jacqui Oatley (@JacquiOatley) January 26, 2020
West Ham's board are renowned for being particularly sensitive to criticism, which they have faced an ever increasing amount of this season.
Fans have also been critical of the move to the London Stadium. Although a financially beneficial move as taxpayer's money still contributes towards the ground, the distance from stands to the pitch and lack of atmosphere has proved unpopular among supporters.
Source : 90min