American takes to twitter to vent, with Wednesday’s match at Fulham in doubt.
Arsenal, West Ham and Leyton Orient all ready for the strike but not Fulham?
— John W. Henry (@John_W_Henry) February 11, 2014
Liverpool owner and chairman John W. Henry is not happy that Wednesday’s match at Fulham may be postponed if the London Underground strike goes ahead.
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Tube workers are planning a 48-hour walk out from 9.30pm on Tuesday and Fulham are worried their safety staff will not be able to attend “in sufficient time and numbers” to ensure Craven Cottage is fully operational.
The Cottagers will announce at 3pm on Tuesday if the match is set to go ahead.
Henry took to twitter to question why rivals Arsenal, who face Manchester United at the Emirates Stadium on Wednesday, Leyton Orient and West Ham are set to play in London on the same evening.
Obviously the American is unfamiliar with the District Line.