The England Football Association is set to evaluate reports of supporters mayhem as well as contact the West Ham [Hammers] about the chaos in the stands at their all new London Stadium when West Ham clashed with Watford Saturday [yesterday] before any decision is taken.
According to the Hammers, they are ready tolerate any of its supporters who will misbehave saying, “We will request courts serve banning orders to prevent these individuals attending any football,” the club said.
West Ham’s opening season match at the all new London Stadium in Stratford, formerly known as the Olympic Stadium, has been stained by distasteful occurrences involving their supporters at the last three matches, with condemnations being made over stewarding and segregation arrangements.
At the foremost league match at the all new London Stadium against Bournemouth last month saw some fans surprisingly arrived with tickets for seats that did not exist which led to a fight between rival supporters outside the stadium.
Some of the instabilities are alleged to be over constant standing during matches, with some fans expelled at the Watford match, which West Ham lost 4-2.
Before the game, West Ham co-chairman David Gold tweeted that the club was “trying to achieve harmony” between fans who want to sit and those who wanted “to stand and increase [the stadium’s capacity] to 66,000”.
On Sunday David Gold wrote “I want to assure everyone that the club is working flat out to solve the sitting/standing issue.” bbc sports reports