Hammers and Frankfurt face extreme sanctions

West Ham and Frankfurt face extreme sanctions from UEFA in the event that they failed to manage their followers on Thursday night time on the London Stadium.

German and UK police in addition to UEFA, FA and German soccer authorities are powerless to forestall hundreds of ticketless German followers from travelling to London or stopping them from shopping for house tickets on the secondary market.

West Ham have pledged to eject any Frankfurt followers in West Ham areas and can ban any Hammers followers caught promoting their tickets to the Bundesliga supporters.

West Ham and Fast Vienna have been fined by UFEA when followers clashed within the Europa League group stage on the London Stadium with the return match being performed behind closed doorways.

UEFA imposed sanctions on West Ham for “crowd disturbances” and “throwing of objects” in Belgium. The club was fined a complete of £29,260 on high of the fan ban.

After receiving a written clarification from UEFA West Ham accepted the punishment however did so reluctantly and burdened their disappointment on the ruling.

Hassle on Thursday by either side together with pitch invasions and/or crowd disturbances may end in big fines and/or enjoying the return sport in Germany behind closed doorways.

West Ham has despatched a message to all supporters warning that each one perpetrators of public order offences, which incorporates pitch encroaching and different current incidents of throwing objects and the usage of pyrotechnics, will obtain prolonged stadium bans and additional potential authorized sanctions.

 

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