Pardew: West Brom's Livermore "provoked" into entering stands

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West Brom manager Alan Pardew said: "The only thing I know is that I saw Jake in the crowd which disturbed me a bit".

The incident happened during West Ham's 2-1 win over West Brom at the London Stadium on January 2.

It's been claimed that Jake Livermore's attempt to get his hands on a West Ham fan on Tuesday night stemmed from a taunt about his son, who tragically passed away in 2014. Entering the stands is always treated very seriously, though West Ham has announced it will investigate the incident from its end.

Derry footballer James McClean has expressed his anger after his home in England was broken into while he played for West Bromwich Albion last night.

After trailing to a James McClean goal, the Hammers bounced back with a majestic header from the 1.93m Carroll, whose leap left West Brom defenders Jonny Evans and Kieran Gibbs grounded.

Whilst West Ham go into the game at the Montgomery Waters Meadow as favourites thanks to their Premier League status, Moyes doesn't believe that an extended run will be beneficial for his side.

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Cape Town - Andy Carroll finally got off the mark for West Ham United as they came from a goal down to beat West Bromwich Albion in dramatic fashion at the London Stadium on Tuesday.

The English Football Association has also requested observations from all parties on the incident.

Caroll taped in the second for West Ham in the dying minutes, giving his team the lead and increasing the woes of West Brom with 20 winless games in a row setting the fourth worst record in Premier League history.

A Met statement said a number of police officers had been "attacked" as they attempted to separate two groups of rival fans who were attempting to break through a set of concourse gates.

Falkirk says it "condemns the abuse witnessed towards Dean Shiels in the strongest terms and will be working closely with Dunfermline Athletic FC to identify those responsible".

But Tottenham's resources look better than they did a month or so ago, with Wanyama recovered, and the winger Erik Lamela back in action after his long lay-off. O'Hara was banned for eight game and McKee for four games.

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