Leyton600Once home to London's second-oldest team, Leyton Stadium's pitch is now occupied by a marquee owned by a neighbouring Indian restaurant. Tenants Leyton FC folded in 2011, but the 4,000-capacity ground hadn't seen anyone playing on its for two years before. A history of fraud, tax evasion and mergers lies beneath the desertion of the ground previously known as the Hare and Hounds.

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