วันจันทร์, 24 มกราคม 2565

WestHam will accept supporter ban

WestHam will accept supporter ban

WestHam will accept supporter ban

WestHam will accept supporter ban

West Ham have accepted a Uefa sanction banning their fans from travelling to the Europa League
game at Rapid Vienna. 
The Hammers were charged with crowd disturbances and for their fans throwing items in their draw with Genk.
In a statement West Ham said they “reluctantly” accepted sanctions but “also wish to place on record our disappointment
at the extremely short notice of the measures.”

The game against Rapid Vienna takes place on Thursday 25 November.

The Premier League club, who were also fined a total of 34,500 euros (£30,000), said that they were working to identify

the fans responsible for the disturbance.

“West Ham United condemn the behaviour of this group of individuals,” the statement added.

“We are working to identify them following their actions, which have now ultimately led to our supporters  the vast majority

of whom behaved impeccably in Belgium  being punished and resulting in David Moyes’ team being forced to play in Austria

without the backing of the club’s fans.”

The Hammers also “strongly” urged their fans not to travel to Vienna for the tie.

“Fans will not be granted access to the Allianz Stadion and any attempt to enter the stadium could lead to further sanctions for

the individuals and the club in the future,” they added.

West Ham are top of Group H with 10 points after four games.

Flares were let off and thrown on the pitch during West Ham’s Europa League tie at Genk which ended 2-2 at that time.

This is the lesson of West Ham United fans that FIFA want to remind them that next time should not act this kind of inappropriate

behaviour like that again or else the punishment of the law will be even more serious than that.