Amid worrying scenes at the London Stadium, home fans entered the field of play following Burnley's goals in the Clarets' 3-0 win, and hundreds of supporters converged around the directors' box to voice their dismay at Hammers co-chairmen David Gold and David Sullivan.
West Ham are attempting to suggest they are not responsible for the stewarding at the stadium, but that is not going to be a creditable defense with the FA.
The club is being presented as something of a mess and that won't help in the summer when West Ham want to attract players.
LLDC insist that they have the financial means to deploy the police.
West Ham, three points above the bottom three with eight matches remaining, launched an investigation and called an emergency meeting with the London Stadium's stakeholders in the aftermath of the game.
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The championship is one thing; the Grand Slam, achieved by Ireland in 1948 and 2009, would represent the Holy Grail. "That's it. Jones said: "I don't [think we need personnel changes], I think we have the best players here".
A series of further crisis meetings are planned, which will include representatives of West Ham, the London Legacy Development Corporation and LS185, the stadium's operators, but Brady, 48, has decided not to cancel her talk on the "top 10 ingredients for success" at 10am on the main stage at 116 Pall Mall, a lavish Grade 1 listed building.
"I think a coin did hit David Sullivan, his glasses", said Brooking.
Missiles were also thrown at supporters sitting in boxes next to the directors.
The buildup to the game had been dominated by the fallout from a cancelled protest march against the board, which featured threats being aimed at Mark Walker, the chairman of the West Ham United Independent Supporters Association, by rival fan groups. With a sub-headline reading "Re del porno" (king of porno), the Italian newspaper explain where the money behind West Ham's owners comes from, and makes clear it's the owners who the fans are angriest with. "The disturbances at the London Stadium were disgraceful and it's clear that there can not be a repeat of the ugly scenes witnessed on Saturday", a spokesman said.
Mundo Deportivo go with a headline saying "West Ham fans create chaos" and add some supporters "once again showed their displeasure by criticising those in charge and players".