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Sullivan Becomes the Main Man

According to sources that we deal with, the balance of power has swung in the direction of David Sullivan at Upton Park.

Following the rescue mission, a couple of years ago, West Ham (so we`re led to believe) was jointly owned by David Sullivan and David Gold with both having equal shares.

That now appears to have changed with David Sullivan now holding a 55.6% share of WH Holdings, West Ham`s holding company, after purchasing a further 25% of WH Holdings Limited.

As long as the current equilibrium is maintained then us supporters won`t be to bothered about what goes on share wise behind the scene!




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Writer: Rossy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday July 19 2013

Time: 12:58PM

 

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