Irons write to Uefa after Frankfurt’s “unhelpful feedback”

Unique by Hughie Southon

West Ham – clearly troubled by the provocative noises popping out of the Frankfurt Eintracht boardroom – have written to Uefa expressing their issues about ticketless followers travelling to London for Thursday evening’s large match.

The Frankfurt president Peter Fischer {pictured right here} has been main the confrontation on the Hammers’ strict ticketing operation geared toward guaranteeing solely the three,000 followers journey to London.

His varied feedback as reported right here yesterday and in the present day have  been inflammatory, unneccessary and even harmful as the massive match approaches

And a Hammers supply chatting with CandH completely defined that the club had now written to Uefa on account of the varied statements popping out of Frankfurt.

He stated: “We’ve written to UEFA asking them to induce away supporters to not come with out tickets.

There will probably be an enormous police presence, so we don’t count on any bother. Their president’s feedback have been most unhelpful and we think about its him attempting to get in his followers good books.

NO tickets went on basic sale, so we are able to’t see how any away followers could be in dwelling areas apart from by resells from dwelling supporters. We count on that prevalence to be minimal.”

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