David Sullivan: ‘I feel I haven’t done well enough. Nobody’s done well enough’

West Ham’s co-owner discusses regrets over Slaven Bilic, why it may be time to stop allowing the manager to choose all the main transfer targets and how his sons could take over from him

“I feel I haven’t done well enough,” David Sullivan says as he considers how swiftly and brutally West Ham United’s grand ambitions have unravelled after 18 troubled months in their huge new stadium. “Nobody’s done well enough. I work my socks off, but sometimes it’s not good enough.”

West Ham’s co-owner pauses, giving himself time to reflect on everything that has happened since the move to the London Stadium, and it is clear that he is hurting. Those who have worked closely with Sullivan respect his intelligence and talk of a West Ham fanatic.

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