A drink can hits the screen of the Manchester United team bus as it arrives for the English Premier League soccer match against West Ham United at Upton Park, London, Tuesday May 10, 2016. (Nick Potts/PA via AP
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Fans who soured West Ham United's farewell to the Boleyn Ground by attacking Man United's team bus with bottles will be banned for life, the club said Wednesday.West Ham have played at the 35,000-capacity Boleyn Ground since 1904 but will move next season to the 700 million pound ($1.01 billion) Olympic Stadium after agreeing a 99-year lease.United's coach came under attack as it passed a statue of West Ham's ex-England captain Bobby Moore, posing with the 1966 World Cup.On the field, West Ham's 3-2 win over United provided a fitting finale, before an after-match show that heralded a new era for the club as it moves to its new ground three miles away in Stratford.
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