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Fans mystified by '95 per cent' claim


Filed: Sunday, 22nd October 2017
By: Staff Writer


David Sullivan's claim that 95 per cent of West Ham supporters are happy with life at the Olympic Stadium has been met with surprise by Hammers fans posting on social media.

Speaking to Sky Sports ahead of Friday night's capitualtion at home to Brighton, the co-chairman insisted that the vast majority of supporters are happy with life at the Stratford arena.

"95 per cent are happy with the move," Sullivan told pundit Jamie Carragher, when questioned about the club's migration.

However that claim was questioned by many Hammers fans, who accused the Board of being economical with the truth - as you may see from the examples below...















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