West Ham and Fulham are already at loggerheads after the Cottagers claimed they were owed £450,000 compensation because the Hammers finished one position above them in the 2006-07 season, when they included the illegitimately-registered Carlos Tevez among their ranks.
Sullivan is reportedly ready to donate £100,000 to charity if Fulham scrap their bid for compensation and Gold now hopes the two clubs, who meet in the Premier League this Sunday, can draw a line under the whole matter.
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