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No appeal, say Hammers


Filed: Wednesday, 9th May 2007
By: Matthew O'Greel


West Ham United will NOT be appealing against the Premier League's 5.5m fine, it has been confirmed.

A statement released on whufc.com this evening by Eggert Magnusson confirmed that the Hammers would not be taking up the appeal option.

"I think it is now time to draw a line under this matter," he said. "The fine imposed on us was very significant but we accept that mistakes were made and it is now time to move on.

"Our intention as a Club is to be totally focused on Sunday's game. We know that our fate, like every other club, will be decided, where it should be, on the pitch."





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