Premier League focus

Failure to axe Grant may cost Hammers

January 27, 2011
By Norman Hubbard
The Olympic ideals have become a sporting shorthand for the nobility of competing, of striving for victory and pursuing it with dignity and integrity. The Olympic Stadium, on the other hand, has become an increasingly bitter battleground for West Ham. They may have right on their side in the quest to take possession of East London's white elephant, but it is questionable if, even among football's dubious approach to morality, any club is further away from epitomising the ideals of the games.

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