The piece revealed that E20 LLP, the stadium’s operators owned by the London Legacy Development Corporation, have filed for losses of £28.3m in the running of the tax-payer-funded ground in 2018/2019.
It’s hard to see how the club owning the Stratford venue wouldn’t be a move for the better as the taxpayers would no longer see their hard-earned money disappear into the hands of E20 LLP and we would get to see West Ham tailor the ground for football/
In the meantime, though, Hammers can only call for the change…
Headline aside, an actual article that makes clear that we have no say or control in the running of the stadium and that the LLDC are making matters worse….which is refreshing
They just need to let us buy it and sort it all out
— Greg richardson (@rakis14) January 7, 2020
Can we buy it for a knock down price and actually make a proper football stadium out of it then???
— Sean (@Seanlabelbrewed) January 7, 2020
If Spurs hadn’t thrown their teddies out of the pram after we’d agreed a deal to buy it, tax payers wouldn’t be footing these losses and we’d have a stadium that would be top notch, with the seating that we want. Best option is to sell it to WHU and get rid of the loss maker. ⚒
— Greg Kingston ⚒⚒⚒⚒ (@greg10217) January 8, 2020
Just sell the stadium to us and everything will be fine
— Tyler Lee (@westhamfan1997) January 7, 2020
— Ian frankum (@frankum_ian) January 7, 2020
Sell it to West Ham!
It’s the daft athletics legacy that screws it all up!
Seb coe and the planners have a lot to answer for!🙄
— ⚒Rod⚒ (@bubblemaster3) January 7, 2020
Sell it then ⚒ make Gold and Sullivan buy it
— Andrew Wallis (@linkylionel) January 7, 2020
Hopefully they will sell it to us so we can knock it down, play our games at Wembley for 3 seasons, and build a real stadium in its place.
— BJ Yeo (@bj_yeo) January 7, 2020