More life bans as net closes
THE TALLY of West Ham fans banned for life from Upton Park is set to top the 100 mark after a new set of 67 pictures was published, writes DAVE EVANS. To date, 17 people have been banned by the club, with another 15 pending their court appearances after t
THE TALLY of West Ham fans banned for life from Upton Park is set to top the 100 mark after a new set of 67 pictures was published, writes DAVE EVANS.
To date, 17 people have been banned by the club, with another 15 pending their court appearances after three pitch invasions during and after the Carling Cup clash with Millwall in August.
This latest set of pictures, published on the West Ham website, will not be the last either.
The Metropolitan Police are still studying the CCTV footage from the game and the feeling is that if you were on the pitch, then you will be on one of the lists of pictures.
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No date has been set for the hearing for either West Ham or Millwall, who have both issued appeals against the charges.
A spokesman for the Football Association confirmed that an initial direction hearing may well be confirmed in the next couple of weeks, but in the meantime, West Ham are keen to do anything they can to appease the police and the FA.
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Meanwhile, the incidents outside the ground on the night, where there was fighting between rival fans and one Millwall supporter was stabbed could feature on the next edition of Crimewatch.