Tuesday, September 8

New issue of Blowing Bubbles now out

David Sullivan says he has no plans to sell West Ham United when the club moves to the Olympic Stadium. 
The Hammers’ majority shareholder insists he is in for the long haul and is desperate to establish the club as one of the best teams in the country before eventually handing over to his sons.

In an exclusive and wide-ranging interview with Blowing Bubbles Monthly, the 66-year-old claimed he would only ever consider selling up if the deal would allow a huge injection of cash into the club’s playing squad. 
"If the King of Saudi Arabia or a multi, multi-billionaire – like the owners of Manchester City – wanted to take over and I felt it was for the good of the club, I would step aside but I really don’t think that will ever happen. 

"There aren’t many multi, multi-billionaires left out there that are interested in football and haven’t already got a club. In fact I don’t think there is one that exists!"

Elsewhere in the September issue of the magazine, Sky Sports' Bianca Westwood defends former captain Kevin Nolan in her column: "I think he deserves a bit more respect and gratitude than he has received. Some fans feel that, because they go to the games and pay good money, they can say and do what they want. But these people have to remember that the players are only human. One thing you can never accuse him of was being lazy.  He worked hard for the team and did everything he could."

George Parris writes in his column that West Ham now have the best squad ever compiled by the club in living memory and Nottingham Forest fan John Payne explains why West Ham have got a gem in Michail Antonio. Blowing Bubbles also asks whether or not West Ham were right to throw the towel in on their Euro dream and if Morgan Amalfitano should get a chance to redeem himself

The latest issue of Blowing Bubbles Monthly is now available to read for FREE on your computer, tablet or mobile phone.

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