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EPL Club West Ham Reveals Claret And Blue Seating Design For Olympic Stadium

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 08 / 28 / 15

EPL side West Ham Vice-Chair Karren Brady has revealed how the club plans to put its "claret and blue stamp on the Olympic Stadium" ahead of the '16-17 Premier League season, according to Ashley Clements of the London DAILY MAIL. The soon-to-be home of the Hammers will feature the club's name "...

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