Tuesday, 1 July 2014

Hammers earn first win of Olympic Stadium



In a shock move today, the ever-unpredictable O's of Leyton have finally accepted defeat in their battle for adequate space to house Barry Hearn's massive ego at the purpose built Olympic Stadium. After receiving permission to 'talk' with the stadium management company, Bazza & co decided to come over all cuddly and apparently reasonable by accepting the logic that a club who is in League One with average attendances of less than 5000 does not need an Olympic-size arena.

More cynical Hammers fans will note the rumours that Orient may be receiving new owners and prefer a conflict-free landscape as they set out the for sale signs.

6 comments:

  1. YOU ARE WELCOME TO IT. LOSE YOUR ROOTS AND GO INTO AN ARTIFICIAL ATMOSPHERE WITH NO SOUL. I HOPE YOU REALLY REALLY HATE IT.

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    1. I AGREE MATE, SELL OUR HOME FOR OVER 100 YEARS AND RENT A STADIUM BUILT FOR ATHLETICS... GREAT BUSINESS FOR THE OWNERS.

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  2. Yeah it sucks that we are saying farwell to a fantastic part of our history. But having a 60000 seat stadium will help generate more money to invest. It also makes WHU more desirable to to buy which is the whole reason the owners have made it priority number one! I'm sure we'll have billions in the bank and messi on flank soon!

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  3. It will be a nightmare for fans

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  4. Seats don't generate money - fans do, and you are around 30,000 short of the latter

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