The Hammers have held emergency talks with stakeholders involved in running matches at the London Stadium this week, with more meetings planned for tomorrow.
Many West Ham fans are unhappy with how the move to the former Olympic Stadium has turned out and the subsequent lack of investment in the playing squad.
There will be more police and stewards in attendance for West Ham's next home game at the London Stadium in light of the crowd trouble last weekend, but the public will reportedly foot the bill for the extra security as opposed to the club.
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"The club is working in close conjunction with the Metropolitan Police to identify those individuals who entered the pitch during the second half and.to identify those who threw missiles", said a statement from West Ham. "With everyone all together, the already-strong team spirit within the group is going to grow and that can only be a good thing ahead of our eight huge matches left in the Premier League".
West Ham defender Patrice Evra admits there is added pressure on him as a Premier League veteran to be a leader and an example for the club's younger players.
According to Sky Sports, West Ham will meet win the London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC), the London Stadium landlords about the matter.
Improved security measures will be in place when West Ham return to league action at home to Southampton on March 31.
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Even though it was at U21 level, I've still played against other countries and against some of the best up and coming players. Giggs's side will take on China and then Uruguay or Czech Republic in the China Cup during the upcoming global break.
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Mr Tillerson said Nigeria was a very important country to the U.S, stressing: "You have our support in your challenges". Tillerson said he was concerned about the presence of Islamic State-allied militants in West Africa.
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Jens Stoltenberg, secretary-general of the US-led North Atlantic Treaty Organisation alliance, said the attack was "horrendous". Other sticking points will be avoiding a hard border in Ireland, as well as securing citizens' rights.