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In brief - Wednesday's news round-up

Filed: Wednesday, 12th September 2018
By: Staff Writer #2

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West Ham's Karren Brady accuses LLDC of financial incompetence as stadium row intensifies
West Ham vice-chairman Karren Brady has accused their London Stadium landlords of financial incompetence.

Mauricio Pochettino, John Terry and Jack Wilshere among sporting stars picking up the phone to help raise money at annual 9/11 charity day
Sports stars including Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino were in attendance at the 14th BGC Annual Global Charity Day.

West Ham refuse to retract claim public is being 'misled' over London Stadium finances
West Ham have refused to retract claims that the public is being "misled" by London Stadium's owners over the venue's financial struggles.

Jack Wilshere's search for top form goes on at West Ham while England crave midfield creator
Wilshere's last England cap came against Iceland at Euro 2016

Young Hammer Alese claims international silverware
West Ham United defender Ajibola Alese was a key player for Englandís U18s this weekend as the Young Lions were Limoges Tournament winners in France.

In Pictures: Hammers hard at work ahead of Everton clash
West Ham United manager Manuel Pellegrini has his players working hard ahead of this Sunday's Premier League clash with Everton.

Leanne Kiernan scoops Goal of the Month award
Leanne Kiernan has won the West Ham United Goal of the Month prize for August, in association with our Official Investments Partner Basset & Gold.

London Stadium Dispute Continues as Owners Cite Fan Unrest for Spiralling Hosting Costs
The owners of the London Stadium have claimed that the recent fan unrest means that home matches for the Hammers cost an average of £270,000, as a dispute between the London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC) and West Ham's owners over the stadium's rent escalates.

The lady's not for turning, Brady tells LLDC
There will be no u-turn from West Ham vice chair Karren Brady regarding comments West Ham United made regarding the London Legacy Development Corporation, say the club.

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