West Ham have accept a fine from UEFA. And ban fans from attending their next game away to Rapid Vienna in midweek.
The BBC reports that West Ham United have acknowledged and accepted the sanctions from the European Football Association. Accuse of causing a disturbance to football fans. And threw objects on the field in the 2-2 draw with Genk. The fourth ufabet game of the Europa League group stage on 4 November.
West Ham have reluctantly accept the penalty from UEFA after being fined €34,500. And ban fans from attending the fifth Europa League group stage match. Visit Rapid Vienna on 25 November They have confirm they are working to track down the perpetrators of the fans.
To be responsible for the chaos that occur. At the same time asking for the cooperation of football fans not to travel to Vienna during this period. Especially attempts to enter the Allianz Stadion. As it could lead to additional penalties from UEFA.
A statement read: “West Ham United can confirm. That the Club has reluctantly accept sanctions from UEFA in relation to our Europa League Group H away fixture against KRC Genk on Thursday 4 November.
“This means that our supporters will, regrettably, not be permit to travel for our next Europa League away fixture – against Rapid Vienna on Thursday 25 November.