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Brady OS video goes viral

Filed: Thursday, 13th July 2017
By: Staff Writer

A video recorded prior to the Olympic Stadium move featuring Karren Brady has gone viral.

The short video contains a clip of the Vice Chairman stressing the importance of two vital factors pertaining to the impending move - the need for the arena to be converted to "a world-class football stadium" and the importance of the club's fixtures taking precedence over "anything and everything else" that is staged in the stadium.

The video was published by long-term West Ham supporter Nigel Khan, who added in the comments section below his original tweet: "That is a snippet of a film I'm making. There's more to come."

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