West Ham want Olympic Stadium to be "world-class" football venue

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Brady eyes "world-class" stadium

West Ham United vice-chair Karren Brady tells BBC London the club want to turn the Olympic Stadium into "a world-class facility for Premier League football and other events".

The Hammers are set to take occupancy of the east London venue in time for the 2016-17 season and have been consulting the club's young supporters for their views on the move.

League One side Leyton Orient lost their bid to force a judicial review into the decision to grant West Ham sole tenancy of the Olympic Stadium last month.

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