Filed: Wednesday, 13th January 2010
By: Staff Writer
West Ham United should learn their fate with regards to the Millwall affair later today.
The Hammers spent three days last week defending their position at an FA hearing, set up to investigate scenes of crowd disorder at the Carling Cup tie between the two local rivals earlier this season.
West Ham are defending four charges - namely:
1. Failure to ensure their supporters refrained from violent, threatening, obscene and provocative behaviour.
2. Failure to ensure their supporters refrained from racist behaviour.
3. Failure to ensure their supporters didnít throw missiles, harmful or dangerous objects onto the pitch.
4. Failure to ensure their supporters didnít enter the field of play.
Should the club be found guilty on any of the above a fine and possible temporary ground closure could follow.
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