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Oldham get go-ahead from Charity Commission for land swap

Oldham's proposal to build a new 12,000-seater stadium has moved a step closer after the Charity Commission gave a land swap deal the green light. Latics chief executive Alan Hardy told the Oldham Chronicle: "The club is pleased that the Charity Commission has made the ruling.

"We are hopeful that Oldham Council can now reach agreement with local residents for a suitable alternative site and we now have some important meetings ourselves with the council to make progress with our stadium plans.

"The stadium development is vital to the long-term future of Oldham Athletic."

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