West Ham unlikely to face ground closure, points deduction
Mar 13 2018
After West Ham slipped to a third straight Premier League loss, Noble defended approaching the first pitch invader.
Marca report there's "civil war" at West Ham, and they point out the incidents came on a day the club were meant to be marking Bobby Moore's passing.
West Ham are renting the stadium for their games, but they may soon lose that privilege.
The club is being presented as something of a mess and that won't help in the summer when West Ham want to attract players.
"In all honesty, a lot of them were running over to where the chairman was sitting but if one approaches me I'm going to defend myself".
That email was sent on 21 February, so West Ham had already met with the figure responsible for the threats, before he was then involved with another meeting with Brady and other supporters' groups on 28 February. WHUISA had been at both meetings.
Former West Ham midfielder Trevor Brooking, who was also in the directors' box, said Sullivan was struck in the face by a coin and that fans who contributed to the toxic atmosphere should stay away from the team's home games.
Walker, a season-ticket holder, does not plan to attend the London Stadium again this season.
West Ham did not respond when contacted for comment.
"I saw some families leaving because the youngsters were frightened".
"Tensions are clearly high between fans and the club's owners and directors, reflected in the scenes over the weekend, but this should not be allowed to impact on fans like Mark".
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. Although they consider it proper procedure that the anonymous supporter was told to speak to Facebook and the police, they will investigate why the information provided was not given to the board.