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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.
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:
West Ham United are in contact with Tottenham Hotspur to assist them with their investigation into the conduct of a small number of supporters and alleged inappropriate chanting during yesterday's match at White Hart Lane.
West Ham United will take the strongest possible action against any of their supporters, including enforcing life bans from the club, that are found guilty of behaviour which is categorically not condoned by West Ham United.
During the 46 games in the Championship last season, West Ham United had zero arrests for racism or violence, so while we are surprised to see such reports today, we will examine any available evidence of such conduct thoroughly and take the appropriate action.
Three people have been charged with fraud over allegations of unlawful obtaining of information linked to the Olympic Park, Scotland Yard said.
Detectives have been investigating claims made by West Ham United Football Club and the Olympic Park Legacy Company.
Richard Michael Forrest, 30, Lee Stewart, 39, and Howard Hill, 58, are all due to appear in court on November 28.
The investigation surrounds allegations that Tottenham Hotspur Football Club spied on Olympic officials during its stadium bid.
A 22-year-old man has been released on police bail in connection with racist tweets aimed at West Ham striker Carlton Cole, police said.
The man, from Southend in Essex, was arrested on suspicion of a racially aggravated public order offence after Cole highlighted the messages on the social networking site.
A police spokesman said: "A man from Southend who was arrested in connection with racist football tweets has been released on police bail while the investigation continues.
"The 22-year-old man was arrested on Sunday August 26 following the tweets to West Ham player Carlton Cole. He has been released on police bail until Friday September 28 pending further inquiries."
Essex Police have arrested a 22-year-old man in connection with alleged racist tweets aimed at West Ham striker Carlton Cole.
The footballer highlighted the messages on the social networking site which he received following his side's defeat at Swansea yesterday.
Daily Telegraph football correspondent Henry Winter had earlier called for police to investigate the racist rant.
Both Southampton and West Ham will be looking to join champions Reading in securing Premier League football next season, with the Championship season drawing to a close today.
Nigel Adkins Southampton side will play relegated Coventry City at home, knowing that a victory will secure promotion.
Meanwhile, West Ham will play at home to Hull, with manager Sam Allardyce hoping for a slip-up from his promotion rivals.