Leyton Orient fears for future as Olympic verdict looms

Leyton Orient chairman Barry Hearn has warned that a 'huge question mark' hangs over the long-term survival of the League One club if either West Ham United or Tottenham Hotspur become the anchor tenant for the Olympic Stadium.

by David Hickey
Leyton Orient said that if West Ham or Spurs are awarded use of the stadium in legacy, it would have 'grave implications' on the future of the club.
Leyton Orient said that if West Ham or Spurs are awarded use of the stadium in legacy, it would have 'grave implications' on the future of the club.

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