Publicado: Mar, Marcha 13, 2018
Deportes | Por Godofredo Marrero

West Ham to add police and barriers

West Ham to add police and barriers

However former Director, manager and player Sir Trevor Brooking revealed that co-owner David Sullivan - who bore the brunt of the fans' ire - was struck by an object during the second half.

Despite the abuse, they will continue to attend home matches.

A series of further crisis meetings are planned, which will include representatives of West Ham, the London Legacy Development Corporation and LS185, the stadium's operators, but Brady, 48, has decided not to cancel her talk on the "top 10 ingredients for success" at 10am on the main stage at 116 Pall Mall, a lavish Grade 1 listed building. The stadium could be shut if an agreement over tougher security cannot be reached with the police, though that is considered unlikely.

At least two fans went on to the pitch after Burnley took the lead - with one approaching West Ham captain Mark Noble. "That atmosphere must never come back."Brooking said the first goal scored by Burnley striker Ashley Barnes "triggered problems" and "there was a quite sizeable group then below the directors' box that came to chant in a really aggressive manner".He added: "Before the final whistle, two of the directors went upstairs - were asked by the security people to do so."I think a coin did hit David Sullivan on his glasses".

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There is concern within West Ham's playing squad that the toxic atmosphere will harm their relegation fight, moreover.

During the January transfer window, West Ham signed Jordan Hugill from Preston North End and secured Inter Milan's Joao Mario on loan, before adding free agent Patrica Evra to the squad in February.

West Ham are now going through an implosion, both on and off the pitch, and it's such a dramatic situation that the club are getting headlines all over Europe. The process will be repeated before the visit of Southampton. "The disturbances at the London Stadium were disgraceful and it's clear that there can not be a repeat of the ugly scenes witnessed on Saturday", a spokesman said. Aston Villa were fined £200,000 after pitch invasions overshadowed their FA Cup victory over West Bromwich Albion at Villa Park three years ago.

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