|All you need to know about West Ham United FC's potential move to Stratford.
( Is that how you spell "ratified" ? ).....
It was, so I removed the question mark.....
Last edited by delbert on Thu Mar 03, 2011 7:45 pm, edited 1 time in total.
The PL are accusing Hearn of contradicting himself in their statement and mention he preferred the Spurs bid and sent a letter wishing them success.
http://www.premierleague.com/page/Headl ... 65,00.html
Maybe he'll shut the **** up now then.
He writes a letter to Spurs wishing them well with their move and then moans like a bitch when we get it. The double headed ****.
No doubt he'll prvide a few soundbites on SSN later today.
I was on LBC radio earlier discussing with Ian Payne about Barry Hearn, Our move etc....
Got a plug in for KUMB
Basically, said he was trying it on.
Orient crowds average under 4,000
We usually always play at home on alternative weekends
West Ham have for some time offered cheap/discount tickets, particularly this year
They are over a mile from the stadium
If the proximity to Orient is the problem, why is he enquiring about moving to the Olympic Hockey stadium with a capacity of 15,000
It is down to Orient to protect their own fanbase not anyone else
Most West Ham fans are worried about the view at the OS
We are all anxious to know what the stadium plans are e.g retractable seating
We want the owners to consult with the fans and involve them with the redesign
Atmosphere at Football has sufferred enormously since all seater stadiums were introduced, being a long distance from the action will only make this worse.
Obviously the transport links will be superb and will be the best in the country
No we won't fill 55/60,000 every week, particularly against poorly supported clubs like Wigan/Bolton etc...
Success on the pitch as well as reduced prices will help to fill the OS
Made the point that Arsenal wouldn't be filling the Emirates almost every game if they were in our position each season in the bottom half and in relegation battles.
West Ham have had little or no real success for 30 years yet we can still pull in 30,000 plus week in/week out
There are tens of thousands of West Ham fans that currently find it hard to go to games because of the cost
Many West ham fans would have preferred to redevelop the Boleyn Ground to a 42/45,000 stadium but understand that the transport links are inadequate to cope.
Think I sounded ok
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