Marlon Harewood, the previous West Ham star, and David Moyes’ aged father had been amongst these attacked by AZ Alkmaar thugs throughout the Hammers’ 1-0 win within the Europa Convention League. The Dutch followers reacted angrily to the outcome, but it surely was Fornals’ 94th minute strike that sealed the victory and progressed Moyes’ aspect to the ultimate 3-1 on mixture in opposition to Fiorentina. A bunch of travelling family and friends of the Hammers’ gamers and training workers sat behind the dugout had been attacked by the AZ Alkmaar hooligans, however a number of West Ham gamers, together with sporting director Mark Noble, rushed to assist defend them. Harewood, who had travelled to Holland to help his outdated membership, and Moyes’ father had been caught up within the chaos. The West Ham boss expressed his disappointment and hoped that the incident wouldn’t blight the night time, including that the West Ham followers weren’t searching for hassle. Lucas Paqueta, Aaron Cresswell, Flynn Downes, and different members of the Irons teaching workers had been concerned within the chaos too, with some confronting members of the gang.