are being investigated. Sportsmail understands the sgsa will propose a significant reduction in the stadium capacity for the next home games and want to reduce the number of fans in areas of the stadium where trouble broke out. Police investigations are set to be launched after the London Metropolitan Police confirmed they are investigating two allegations of assault and over forty officers appeared inside the stadium as matters turned ugly in the final twenty-five minutes of the game. This may particularly be around the Director's Box where fans congregated to abuse owners David Gold and David Sullivan. After an entertaining 0-0 draw, which led to this replay and the opportunity to visit the Olympic stadium was too good an opportunity to pass up! How easy was your journey/finding the ground/car parking? We were located in the lower tier of the Sir Trevor Brooking Stand, behind the goal. There were plenty of stewards/security at the station, some holding direction boards to the ground gave everything had a well organised feel, and it's easy enough to find the ground as a first time visitor. Much as I hate leaving matches a few minutes early, the pressure was on to make the last train due to the extra time and leaving a little early at least put towards the front of the crowd. In the 81st minute, Wood scored his second and Burnley's third.
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However, these were all very busy around one hour before kick-off. There is no place at any level of the game for what happened at the London Stadium today (Saturday). Stewards eventually managed to apotek fredrikstad dgnpent restrain and remove the invaders but not before they made their feelings quite clear. Besides, an away trip to London is always good. West Ham plunged to new depths on Saturday, with club captain Mark Noble throwing a pitch-invading supporter to the ground in one of four pitch invasions, another stealing a corner flag and planting it in the middle of the pitch, and fans mercilessly abusing owners. West Ham face a major threat of having their stadium capacity reduced for their next match at home to Southampton after four pitch invasions and clashes between players and fans during the 3-0 defeat by Burnley. Another supporter entered the pitch, claiming the corner flag and attempting to plant it by the centre-circle like a modern-day Graeme Sounness. 'An emergency meeting has been called with all London Stadium stakeholders. We found everything well signposted and finding the correct area of the ground was easy.