A 44-year-old man was stabbed in the chest as violence marred West Ham's Carling Cup clash with Millwall at Upton Park.
The Football League have condemned the violence which took place in and around Upton Park before, during and after West Ham's clash with Millwall.
The Football Association will push for life bans to be imposed on the fans whose behaviour marred Tuesday night's Carling Cup tie between West Ham and Millwall.
A man has been stabbed as violence erupted between several hundred football fans outside West Ham's stadium in London during a match against local rivals Millwall.
The FA will review the disgraceful scenes inside and outside Upton Park before deciding what sanctions to bring.
The FA will push for life bans to be imposed on the fans whose behaviour marred Tuesday night's Carling Cup tie between West Ham and Millwall.
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Both the FA and West Ham have vowed to hand out life bans to the troublemakers after the night of shame in the Carling Cup clash with Millwall.
Grief-stricken Jack Collison played in West Ham's Carling Cup tie with League One Millwall at Upton Park - on a night when hundreds of hooligans returned to shame the game.