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West Ham legend opens new betting shop in Romford mall

PUBLISHED: 13:11 25 July 2016 | UPDATED: 08:50 26 July 2016

Ex West Ham footballer Tony Cottee launches the new Coral betting shop in the Libertyy Centre. L to R Terence Matthews, shop manager Julie Aston, Tony Cottee, Tayla Dobson and area manager Dave Blackery

Ex West Ham footballer Tony Cottee launches the new Coral betting shop in the Libertyy Centre. L to R Terence Matthews, shop manager Julie Aston, Tony Cottee, Tayla Dobson and area manager Dave Blackery

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West Ham legend Tony Cottee opened a new betting shop in the The Liberty shopping centre on Saturday.

The striker, who had seven caps for England, opened the new Coral shop in Laurie Walk, Romford.

He spoke to fans and celebrated with staff.

Tony Cottee said: “It was brilliant to be back at The Liberty to celebrate the launch of the new Coral store, as the people of Romford always provide a warm welcome.

“It was a great day and I wish the team at Coral the very best of luck with the new store.”

Jonathan Poole, centre manager at The Liberty, added: “We would like to congratulate Coral on the official launch, the store looks great and we are sure it will be a real success.

“We would also like to thank Tony for coming to the centre once again and delighting his local fans.”

Coral customers must be 18 years or over. Please gamble responsibly, to find out more visit gambleaware.co.uk

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