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I'm in a bit of a dillema.

I like both clubs
West Ham is my local club only 2 miles away, meanwhile Leyton Orient is 4 miles aways.

West Ham:
-Soon to be big club I think, due to Olympic Stadium
-If my predictions come true more 'West Ham' 'Fans' will appear out of nowhere
-Great History
-A team that I support

Leyton Orient
-Small club
-Isn't as local as West Ham
-Cheap to watch football
-4th division
-Love lower league football, want to see a club like Leyton Orient progress to the EPL one day, I want to be part of the journey

What team do you think, I like both..
 

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Won't Orient need all the help they need when West Ham move in up the road?
 

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I like both clubs but Orient pisses all over West Ham. They have carpet in their indoor boozer. You can go to the stadium and get pissed before and after the game. It's litterally heaven. God I miss those days.
 

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Won't be much difference next season. Both grounds will be half empty.
 
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Pick up an adult season ticket at the Olympic stadium for £289 next season.

No idea what Orient charge but I bet it is close to that.
 
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Won't be much difference next season. Both grounds will be half empty.
Get your facts right mate, We have already filled the 54k seats and we are applying for more seats to take us to 60k.

Our season ticket waiting list is 20k +
 

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Yeh West ham won't have much problem shifting every ticket for most games.
 
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Dont get me wrong at first there was part of me that thought could we actually fill that stadium, The owners have got the pricing correct and for me when we found that out we was always gonna sell it out.
 

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Spend enough time on here, and you'll soon have it drilled home how selling every ticket and filling every seat is the true measure of footballing greatness. I hear United are on the brink of moving into a new five seater stadium, so they can brag of the 'longest waiting list in the world' (With the tallest floodlights, too)
 

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