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West Ham say 200 fans face banning orders over violence in Chelsea game

Liam Twomey describes the scenes at London Stadium after violence escalated between West Ham and Chelsea supporters in the EFL Cup.
West Ham manager Slaven Bilic is frustrated that crowd trouble has overshadowed his team's EFL Cup win over Chelsea.

West Ham and the London Stadium say 200 people face football banning orders following the violence during Wednesday night's game against Chelsea.

Police made six arrests after skirmishes broke out toward the end of the stadium's first London derby, when West Ham won 2-1.

Police and stewards battled to maintain segregation behind the goal being defended by West Ham as coins, seats and other objects appeared to be thrown between rival supporters.

The Hammers and Chelsea condemned the unsavoury scenes...

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Man United toilet block smashed up by supporters during Man City game

Former Man United defender Paul Parker feels Man United's EFL Cup win over City will surely boost their confidence.

Manchester United are having to carry out emergency repairs after a toilet block was smashed up during their 1-0 EFL Cup win over Manchester City on Wednesday, a club spokeswoman has confirmed to Manchester Evening News.

Footage emerged on social media after the game of a group of fans -- appearing to support City -- wrecking toilet facilities at Old Trafford.

The supporters can be heard chanting "City, City" as porcelain sinks are kicked off the wall and onto the ground, leaving a smashed up heap...

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West Ham's Cheikhou Kouyate targeting EFL Cup final at Wembley

West Ham manager Slaven Bilic is frustrated that crowd trouble has overshadowed his team's EFL Cup win over Chelsea.

Cheikhou Kouyate is targeting Wembley in the EFL Cup final after revelling in the atmosphere of the London derby win over Chelsea.

Kouyate rose ahead of restored Chelsea captain John Terry to put the Hammers in front and Edimilson Fernandes struck a second three minutes after the interval.

Gary Cahill replied with almost the last kick of the game to make it 2-1, but by then attention had switched to the stands, with trouble breaking out between rival supporters behind the goal being defended by...