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Israeli footballer Yossi Benayoun, who plays for West Ham on loan from Chelsea, said he was disappointed and embarrassed by chants from his team's supporters yesterday:
Police confirmed that two West Ham supporters were formally cautioned by officers after making "racially-aggravated gestures" during yesterday's match.
The pair of fans were arrested during the game and accepted the police cautions, Scotland Yard said.
One of those was a Hammers season ticket holder who has since been banned.
The Board of Deputies of British Jews said it was "dismayed" by reports of anti-Semitic chanting by West Ham fans.
It said in a statement:
The board said they would be making a complaint to the FA:
West Ham United said the club will take the "strongest possible action" against any supporters found guilty of inappropriate chanting during the Barclays Premier League match away to Tottenham yesterday, including the enforcement of life bans.
A statement said:
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West Ham could face a FA investigation after Spurs fans were allegedly subjected to anti-Semitic abuse during their match on Sunday.