14 January 2010
UPDATE: West Ham Found Guilty of Millwall Trouble
The Football Association has charged them with being unable to control their fans after violence broke out in their Carling Cup match against Millwall.
During the match, a Millwall supporter was stabbed outside the stadium grounds in East London and pitch invasions occurred after each West Ham goal scored in extra time.
A wide range of sanctions are available, but the more likely punishments include a hefty fine or a suspension sentence.
UPDATE: The club has been charged £115,000, which they can appeal in the 14 days after the decision was made.
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