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West Ham co-owners Sullivan and Gold increase stake

West Ham co-owners David Sullivan and David Gold have increased their stake in the club to 60% at a cost of £8m.
The pair, who bought 50% of the Hammers from Icelandic group CB Holdings in January, have increased their shares from 25% to 30% each.
Half of the money will go to CB Holdings and half to the club. Continue reading...

West Ham co-owners reveal all

WEST HAM co-owners David Sullivan and David Gold have issued an open letter to Hammers fans outlining their 10-point plan for the future. Continue reading...

Gold:Hammers will beat drop

DAVID GOLD believes Gianfranco Zola can still guide West Ham to Premier League safety.
The Hammers co-owner watched in disbelief last night as Zola’s men crashed to a 3-1 defeat against Wolves at Upton Park. Continue reading...

Home Advantage for West Ham | Wall Street Journal

In an age when Premier League football clubs have become the playthings of Russian oligarchs and wealthy sheikhs, David Sullivan and David Gold have made a break with the norm by taking control of 50% of West Ham United.

The Londoners have returned a club steeped in the history of the English game to home ownership following an ill-fated three years of foreign control, which, the new owners say, has left West Ham in debt to the tune of £110 million ($178.8 million). Continue reading...

£100m Hammer horror: David Gold and David Sullivan reveal debts of old regime but vow to dig West Ham out of mess

The staggering financial mismanagement of West Ham by their former Icelandic owners has been laid bare by new chairman David Sullivan after he revealed the club are £110million in the red. Continue reading...

Sullivan and Gold buy up Hammers

The protracted West Ham ownership saga was concluded last night after David Sullivan and David Gold finally pushed through their takeover. Continue reading...

Buy, buy not bye, bye for Zola

GIANFRANCO ZOLA can strike Gold when West Ham’s takeover is completed – as expected – later today. Continue reading...