West Ham ban supporter over Livermore incident

Jose Verdugo
Enero 13, 2018

After being substituted in the second half of West Ham's 2-1 win at London Stadium this month, Livermore appeared to react to a fan close to the visitors' dugout and was led away.

England midfielder Livermore was reminded of his responsibilities by the FA after the incident, which happened as he was being substituted.

West Brom claimed Livermore was provoked by a remark related to the death of his infant son, Jake Junior, in 2014.

WEST HAM have handed an "indefinite ban" to the supporter involved in an ugly altercation with West Brom's Jake Livermore. "Inciting or abusive behaviour will not be tolerated at London Stadium, and we urge any supporters who witness similar behaviour on match-days to report it anonymously by texting or calling 07537 404821, where all information is treated in the strictest of confidence".

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Livermore, 28, avoided Football Association disciplinary action.

West Brom offered their "total support" to the former Tottenham and Hull City player and sent their observations to the FA.

West Ham have banned indefinitely a supporter who clashed with West Brom's Jake Livermore in their Premier League encounter on January 2.

"The individual will be unable to attend home or away matches with immediate effect", the Hammers spokesman added.

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