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Brady makes her point

BradyHammers vice chairman Karren Brady claims the Irons are no longer a selling club.

And she points to the summer signings to back her claim after the club brought in Sofiane Feghouli, Ashley Fletcher, Andre Ayew, Alvaro Arbeloa, Arthur Masuaku and Havard Nordtveit on permanent contracts amongst other players.

Simone Zaza and Gokhan Tore on loan from Juventus and Besiktas respectively have both been recruited during a busy summer transfer window.

Writing in her Sun column she said: “We signed a whole team this summer – the big purchases and loans adding up to 11.

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“This is because we are serious about competing in the Prem. Slaven Bilic would never accuse our board of a lack of ambition.

“We are NOT a selling club, those days are over. And Dimitri Payet, as we promised, remains a proud West Ham player.”

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2 comments on “Brady makes her point

  1. Definitely agree with that Kazza, you and the board have done us proud, if for your next task you can remove the new signing injury curse that would be amazing 😉

  2. God she is such a beautiful woman. Out of my league I know. Even in the picture above which is quite possibly the worst picture I have ever seen of our Kaz – clearly chosen to try and make her look like a French poodle instead of the beautiful woman that she is – her beauty still shines through.

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