Curbs claim settled by Hammers
By Tom Dowsett
Thursday 18 Feb 2010 11:05:00
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West Ham United have finally settled the Compensation claim from former Manager Alan Curbishley.

Curbishley left the club in August 2008 after a fallout with the previous owners when they agreed to sell defenders George McCartney and Anton Ferdinand against his wishes.

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New West Ham owner David Sullivan said: "I am pleased this has all been settled. We moved as swiftly as we could to resolve the matter in a positive manner with Alan and his representatives.

"As football people, we realise this had to be dealt with from a moral and legal point of view as quickly and possible. It was best to draw a line through what had gone on under the previous owners, allowing us instead to focus fully on our challenge of taking West Ham United forward.

Curbishley recieved a £1.6m pay-out from the Club.

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