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The David Sullivan interview


Filed: Friday, 16th August 2013
By: staff writer


Earlier this week KUMB had the opportunity to sit down with David Sullivan, the co-owner of West Ham United, for a lengthy one-to-one ahead of the new 2013/14 Premier League season.

In what proved to be a frank, honest and open discussion, the Chairman faced questions on subjects as varied as his son's involvement with Twitter, the Club's summer transfer policy, his relationship with Sam Allardyce and the imminent move to the Olympic Stadium.

To read the first half of KUMB.com's exclusive interview with David Sullivan, visit our Q&A section. The final half of the interview will follow tomorrow.





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