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Non-League Concord offer West Ham fans way out

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Non-league Concord Rangers have offered West Ham season ticket holders the chance to watch competitive football this weekend for free.

The Hammers return to league action at Cardiff on Saturday, but fans heading to South Wales will hold little hope for their team, who in the past six days have been beaten 5-0 by Nottingham Forest and 6-0 by Manchester City in the FA and League Cups.

The Canvey Island club's chairman and lifelong West Ham supporter Antony Smith wrote on Twitter: "It's been a bad week for the Hammers fans and I think a lot of us are just fed up of seeing over-paid players who don't care about the club letting us down.

"So if there are West Ham fans who live locally who want to spare themselves another long day out at Cardiff on Saturday then you are more than welcome to watch some proper footy at Concord - for free."

The Beachboys, currently 14th in the Conference South, take on Hayes & Yeading at their Thames Road ground on Saturday.

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