Could West Ham see promises broken again?
By Tom Dowsett
Tuesday 03 Aug 2010 16:40:00
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West Ham United co-owner David Sullivan has apparently performed a U-turn on his promise to the club's fans that Scott Parker is not for sale.

talkSPORT understand that the Upton Park club will now listen to big offers for the midfielder, with Tottenham, Liverpool and Aston Villa thought to be interested in prising him away from East London.

A big offer in Sullivan's mind would be above the £15million mark, but considering he promised that Parker would not be sold at any price it now seems that a sizeable price tag is enough to change his mind and his morals.

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Sullivan also said in a strongly-worded statement last Wednesday, "West Ham supporters, for far too long, have had owners that sell their best players and promise one thing and do another".

So it will be interesting to see if anything happens as to when or if a bid comes in and if it is too big to reject giving that Sullivan produced such a powerful pledge.

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