West Ham United statement

West Ham United have been cleared of two of the four FA charges issued as a result of the disturbances at the Carling Cup match with Millwall on 25 August 2009.

An FA Regulatory Commission issued its findings on Wednesday morning after a three-day hearing last week. The FA charges not proven against the club are:

* Failure to ensure their supporters refrained from racist behaviour.

* Failure to ensure their supporters didn't throw missiles, harmful or dangerous objects on to the pitch.

The FA Regulatory Commission will reconvene on Friday to consider the sanctions after finding against the club on two further charges of pitch incursion and provocative behaviour by supporters. Click here for more information.

West Ham United are unable to comment further until the conclusion of the legal process.