West Ham boss David Moyes sends strong warning to fans after the ban

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West Ham United manager David Moyes has sent a strong message to the fans after their stadium ban. David warned the West Ham fans before their clash with Olympiacos in Europa League. The fans of the club were banned in the game against Freiburg. Though, it was due to their misbehaviour in the Conference League final in June. However, West ham supporters had better be good that night.

Moyes made it very clear, as quoted by

“We want passion, but we also want also good behaviour. They’ve got great support here, fantastic enthusiasm, and it’s great to come to a football city where football really matters. That’s what you want. You want the passion and the atmosphere, but you also want good behaviour from our supporters and Olympiacos supporters. It’s a game and we know it’s really passionate but it’s it important every works well together and we end up having a good night.

“All we want is a good football game. It’s great that we have passionate supporters, but to be a passionate supporter you also have to be a good supporter as well. That includes our supporters as well. You’re not helping your club, so you have to be passionate and enthusiastic and support your team well, but you’re not doing your club any favours if you’re getting stadium bans or if your team is getting thrown out of Europe, so you want your fans to be well-behaved.”

Hopefully, fans out in Athens will not do any mischievous activity and spoil the game.

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