Sunday, May 06, 2007

Clubs Aim to Bankrupt West Ham

The Observer today claims that a third of Premiership clubs are ready to go to court against West Ham, a move which could bankrupt the club.

It appears that the clubs are unable to sue the league. As the other Premier League clubs had no part in the league's hearing they have no right to appeal it's decision. However it appears the clubs feel they have a case against West Ham. As West Ham were found guilty of breaking rule B13, which states that 'each club shall behave towards each other club and League in utmost good faith', the clubs feel they can sue West Ham privately. Muppets.

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