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How to behave in the home end


Filed: Tuesday, 11th August 2015
By: Staff Writer


A small group of West Ham supporters found themselves in the unusual position of being n the away end at Arsenal - and having to suppress their delight when Slaven Bilic's side scored.

This brilliant little video captures perfectly the experience of sitting in an away end when West Ham score a goal - as in this instance, where Cheik Kouyate's strike on the verge of half time gave West Ham a narrow half time lead.

Fully respecting protocol, the Hammers - who were sitting with their Arsenal-supporting pal - refrain from celebrating wildly, yet cannot completely contain themselves as you'll see in the video below!








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