BusinessCompany NewsWest Ham delays filing accounts

West Ham delays filing accounts

Three months' extra time granted to West Ham to file accounts

West Ham has entered extra time – not against a rival team, but with
Companies House.

The club has submitted a form to give them an extra three months to file
their accounts to May 2009, reported
The
Guardian
.

Its latest accounts are now due by February.

Auditors refused to sign off its 2008 accounts over uncertainty surrounding
potential compensation for Sheffield United over the Carlos Tevez transfer
wrangle.

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