UECL Final: West Ham vs Florentina preview | The Nutmeg
By Guardian Exclusive
07 June 2023 | 5:03 am
West Ham United might perhaps be the Oliver Twist of the year. They have survived relegation but they can end a 43-year-old trophy drought. In this edition of The Nutmeg, Ayomide Sotubo jumps on a preview of the UEFA Europa Conference League final.
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