So we are the preferred TENANTS for the Olympic Stadium. Did that word register fully? So since when has a home owner aspired to be a tenant exactly? Since when has selling the family pile and moving in to a rented gaff been regarded as an upward move? Since when has exchanging owner occupier status in return for council accommodation been seen as progressive?
I'm surprised they haven't gone the whole hog and moved us onto a bloody gypsy caravan site. Brady would look the part in one of those pink blancmange wedding dresses (she's heavy enough now to carry it off) and Sullivan looks like he should be laying dodgy drives for a living.
Just listen to the spin! Brady keeps telling us that the seat FURTHEST from the pitch in the Olympic Stadium is ten yards CLOSER than the seat FURTHEST away from the pitch at Wembley. But that's not the bloody point! That's like judging two brothels on the basis of the ugliest whore in the house. Funnily enough, if Avram was calling in after a successful trip to a casino, he would be buying the best looking tart, not the resident Karren Brady. So, the question is, how much FURTHER away from the pitch is the NEAREST seat at the Olympic Stadium than the NEAREST seat at Wembley. Well that's easy to answer; how wide is an eight lane Olympic running track exactly?
Brady fails to understand that West Ham is all about intimacy. How can we go from the chicken run to this battery farm of a stadium?
Sugar is right of course, the decision to use the stadium for two sports is wrong. We don't want a running track and the stadium is far too big to host athletics outside of the Olympics. So, it is the wrong fit for both sports and, as my Mum always told me, "Two wrongs don't make a right".
What is this all about? Money. Your money, my money, government money, council tax money and Sullivan and Gold's money. But Sullivan and Gold are pocketing the dosh that all the other mugs are shelling out.
Why did they buy West Ham? Because they saw they could make a killing! As pension plans go, this looked like a bloody good bet as soon as the Olympic Stadium became a possibility.