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Stadium Share

Should we share the Olympic Stadium with Leyton Orient to appease our neighbours?

Or should we just plough on with a solo loan tenancy and to hell with Barry Hearn and his tin-pot outfit?

Personally, I`d opt for the former, if only to put an end to the whole sorry process whereby Barry Hearn feels that his club have been cheated and has once again commented to the media,


"If we are both in the Olympic Stadium, we are on a level playing field. I was concerned this was a done deal for West Ham before the bidding began,"

"The London Legacy Development Corporation have not stuck by there own rules and left Orient with no option but to challenge."

Let them move in, we can all play spot the spectator then!




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Writer: Rossy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday March 7 2013

Time: 4:44PM

 

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