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The David Sullivan interview


Filed: Monday, 13th October 2014
By: Staff Writer


Over the course of the weekend West Ham published a new interview with the club's primary shareholder David Sullivan.

Published in two parts, Sullivan speaks effusively about his pans for the club's future and his hopes for the Olympic Stadium, to which West Ham will move in less than two seasons from now.









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