West Ham demand changes to running of London Stadium at emergency meeting

West Ham demand changes to running of London Stadium at emergency meeting

West Ham United are "demanding changes" to how the London Stadium is run via an emergency meeting with the venue's landlords London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC), per Sky Sports.

WEST HAM have vowed to impose life bans and pursue fans through the courts who are identified as being involved in trouble which marred the match against Burnley.

"West Ham United maintain a zero-tolerance policy towards any behaviour of this nature, with the safety of all supporters always the Club's number one priority".

The Hammers have endured a turbulent time this season, the second at their new stadium, and are in danger of relegation from the Premier League.

"Playing behind closed doors would be a great shame for the majority of fans who wish to watch and support their team in safety".

West Ham are attempting to suggest they are not responsible for the stewarding at the stadium, but that is not going to be a creditable defense with the FA. Burnley clash in the Premier League, which the Hammers lost.

Improved security measures will be in place when West Ham return to league action at home to Southampton on March 31.

Therefore, eyes turned to the summer, with Sport saying West Ham believed Flores could replace Moyes at the end of the season. In November 2016 Sadiq Khan ordered an investigation after a £50m+ increase in the cost of converting the former Olympic stadium to a football ground, with the London taxpayer footing the bill. Khan subsequently took control of the stadium through the LLDC in an attempt to stem the losses.