West Ham fallout: Multiple closed door home matches considered

West Ham United v Burnley – Premier League – London Stadium

A Pitch invader is confronted by security during the Premier League match at the London Stadium

West Ham United manager David Moyes hopes a training camp in Miami will provide an ideal platform for the London club to prepare for a potentially hard climax to the Premier League season.

West Ham United have announced they will pay for a beefed-up police presence at the London Stadium to prevent any repeat of the violence which marred Saturday's defeat to Burnley.

With London Mayor Sadiq Khan calling the crowd trouble "disgraceful", West Ham are now under serious pressure to make sure their next game goes off without a hitch.

Saturday's events are being investigated by the Football Association and the Premier League.

Fans clashed with stewards and there were multiple pitch invasions highlighted (or lowlighted) by Hammers players Mark Noble and James Collins coming together with protesting fans.

West Ham United v Burnley – Premier League – London Stadium
Fans confronted players during the ugly scenes

According to Sky Sports, West Ham will meet win the London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC), the London Stadium landlords about the matter.

David Moyes has expressed his hopes of West Ham United's warm-weather training camp in Miami boosting the squad ahead of their final eight fixtures of the Premier League season.

That and a perceived loss of identity following the move to the London Stadium, has fuelled fans' unrest but West Ham says it has a "zero-tolerance" policy towards bad behaviour.

"The best chance of reaching that goal is for everyone to be united behind the team when we play Southampton on 31 March and for the remainder of the season". The findings were highly critical of the deal done between West Ham and former London Mayor Boris Johnson.

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