Temporary Home?

Where would be the best temporary/most likely home for us?


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philip

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hertyid again: Fwiw west ham categorically do not have a legal veto. They can object but if the LLDC as the sole owner decide to lease the stadium to us on alternate weekends for our home league games then Brady has to take it on the chin.

The the LLDC would have a very hard time explaining to the taxpayer why they turned down a (say) £10m a season offer.

West Ham would also find it practically impossible to kick up a fuss when loads of clubs across Europe share stadiums and when they paying just a fraction of that each season.
 

RichieS

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hertyid again: Fwiw west ham categorically do not have a legal veto. They can object but if the LLDC as the sole owner decide to lease the stadium to us on alternate weekends for our home league games then Brady has to take it on the chin.
I imagine she's had worse on her chin.

Still would.

:cautious:
 

Hoopspur

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The the LLDC would have a very hard time explaining to the taxpayer why they turned down a (say) £10m a season offer.

West Ham would also find it practically impossible to kick up a fuss when loads of clubs across Europe share stadiums and when they paying just a fraction of that each season.
Kind of thought I heard we'd offered £4m per season for Wembley whilst the chavs had offered more.

Anyway, whatever the amount, I suppose it'll go towards paying for their screens.
 

philip

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Kind of thought I heard we'd offered £4m per season for Wembley whilst the chavs had offered more.

Anyway, whatever the amount, I suppose it'll go towards paying for their screens.
Money wouldn't go to West Ham. It'll go to LLDC.
 

Hoopspur

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Money wouldn't go to West Ham. It'll go to LLDC.
Don't think I said it would? Can't imagine West Ham investing in the screens alone when it will obviously benefit all sporting events.

I was just trying to correct the fact you had suggested £10m 'payment' a season whereas Wembley would cost us circa £4m according to earlier reports. Not sure where the £10m came from that's all.
 

Wellspurs

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The the LLDC would have a very hard time explaining to the taxpayer why they turned down a (say) £10m a season offer.

West Ham would also find it practically impossible to kick up a fuss when loads of clubs across Europe share stadiums and when they paying just a fraction of that each season.
It seems it's not LLDC that could be the problem?? My email below!!

Dear Mr Wells,



Thank you for your email.



There is no clause in the contract with West Ham United to use the Stadium that gives them a veto over another football clubs using the Stadium. However, in order for a ground-share with another football club to take place it would need the agreement of the Premier League and this would require the consent of both clubs involved in the ground-share.


I hope this helps.


Kind regards,

Michael


From: Edward Wells [mailto:wellspurs@aol.com]
Sent: 27 March 2016 16:33
To: CustomerServices
Subject: Olympic Stadium



Hi
Could you please let me know if West Ham Utd have a legal veto to stop other football clubs using the stadium as their home ground?

regards

Eddie Wells.
 

topper

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http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepag...0160330-_-Football-_-413448200-_-Imageandlink

Sorry for linking the Sun.

TOTTENHAM will agree a deal to play European ties at Wembley while their new stadium is built.

Also the head of THST tweeted the link saying:
Kat ‏@Katspur71 10m10 minutes ago
You could call it a second home anyway considering we're half of the England team ;)
Suggests to me that we must be close to agreeing the Olympic Stadium for domestic matches then?
 

Hoopspur

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edmonton: Stratford is available but neither Club keen. I still think Wembley.
I'm sure given a choice and all things being equal that the fans would prefer Wembley. But time will tell I guess.
So with the two bits above could it potentially be Wembley for everything?
 

JW72

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It seems it's not LLDC that could be the problem?? My email below!!

Dear Mr Wells,



Thank you for your email.



There is no clause in the contract with West Ham United to use the Stadium that gives them a veto over another football clubs using the Stadium. However, in order for a ground-share with another football club to take place it would need the agreement of the Premier League and this would require the consent of both clubs involved in the ground-share.


I hope this helps.


Kind regards,

Michael


From: Edward Wells [mailto:wellspurs@aol.com]
Sent: 27 March 2016 16:33
To: CustomerServices
Subject: Olympic Stadium



Hi
Could you please let me know if West Ham Utd have a legal veto to stop other football clubs using the stadium as their home ground?

regards

Eddie Wells.
That's OK. If West Ham aren't happy to share the OS with us they can always move to Stadium:MK for a season...:sneaky:
 
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