The Olympic Legacy Committee meeting yesterday received all the bids for the future use of the Olympic stadium.
In a closed session the committee met and reached a decision that the 2012 stadium, seating 90,000 would go to Tottenham Hotspur who will convert it into a football stadium.
Harry Redknapp, Spurs manager, received news of winning the bid and had the papers with him in his back pocket when he travelled to Madrid.
Harry was mugged outside the Madrid stadium and the thieves made off with his wallet, credit cards and papers.
The thieves discovered the papers with news on the bid and immediately called Mac Clifford, celebrity PR guru, who sold the story to The Sun.
West Ham will now move to White Hart Lane, the old home of Spurs and change their name to North Ham United.