FA investigate West Ham-Millwall soccer violence
THE Football Association is investigating the violence that marred the Carling Cup match between West Ham and Millwall at Upton Park last night. One man was stabbed as fans clashed outside the ground. There were three pitch invasions
THE Football Association is investigating the violence that marred the Carling Cup match between West Ham and Millwall at Upton Park last night.
One man was stabbed as fans clashed outside the ground, while there were also three pitch invasions.
"We absolutely condemn all of the disorder that has occurred at Upton Park," said an FA spokesman.
"We will be working with all parties, the police and clubs, to establish the facts surrounding these events."
You may also want to watch:
West Ham United promised tough action against offenders including life bans.
- 1 Tower Hamlets stages Covid jab festival
- 2 Tyrese Omotoye impresses on O's trial as Ouss Cisse looks set to depart
- 3 Midfielder Ouss Cisse confirms Leyton Orient departure
- 4 Guilty: Who was jailed across east London in July?
- 5 Campaigners oppose plans to change voting system for Tower Hamlets mayor
- 6 Tube strike suspended to allow for further talks
- 7 From Shoreditch to Las Vegas: New bingo hall for Hackney
- 8 Campaigners taking on town hall to keep Isle of Dogs youth club open
- 9 'Vexatious charges': MP turns on accusers after acquittal in fraud trial
- 10 Vigil for June Harvey one year on from Bow crane tragedy