superfly cr7 gold Speaking to The Sun, she said: "The volume of people - most of whom did not have tickets and were just there to be part of the historic night - meant that the two team buses were held up getting into the ground. "Manchester United were stuck just around the corner on Barking Road for nearly an hour as they crawled along inch-by-inch.
"It was sadly during that time that a small handful of people decided to throw objects at the bus, causing some of the tinting shield in the windows to break off. It was a moronic thing to do and as a club we utterly condemn their behaviour.
"So let me be clear on this - they don't deserve to be part of our exciting future and if they are identified we will ban them for life without hesitation."
Co-owner David Gold suggested the incident highlighted the importance of the club's upcoming move to the Olympic Stadium.
tiempo legend 2016 He said: "You can see sadly what happened was we had a situation of having probably 45,000 fans and the infrastructure can't cope with it."
Ozil ace 16+ green Speaking at the Telegraph Business of Sport Conference, Gold said: "It was clear evidence of what we've been saying all along - to fans that are saying 'We want to stay at Upton Park, let's develop it, we're only moving for other reasons, not footballing reasons' - you can't develop West Ham any further.
MagistaX orange "It is completely at its capacity, 35,000 is all that it can cope with, and you saw that. There was 45,000 fans there and they gridlocked the East End of London. I'm sure the (overcrowding) was a contributing factor (to the violent scenes).
superfly mercurial camo "The new stadium has got five train stations. What we had was tens of thousands of fans in the streets: you can't have that. Modern stadiums have all got overspill areas. Upton Park doesn't."