Hammers

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...

Drop will hit harder than doodlebug

DAVID GOLD’S first memory from a lifetime following West Ham was when a German doodlebug exploded at Upton Park and closed the ground for six months

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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...

Gold goes for Hammers.

BIRMINGHAM owners David Gold and David Sullivan will mount a bid to buy West Ham if Carson Yeung’s £70m St Andrew’s takeover goes through. Continue reading...