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The Football Association (FA) has announced that it will be launching an investigation into the “inexcusable” scenes that led to the suspension of the FA Cup fourth-round tie between West Brom and Wolves for over 30 minutes on Sunday. The match was disrupted and ultimately suspended due to fighting that erupted in the home end after Wolves went 2-0 ahead with a goal from Matheus Cunha. The disorder led to a heavy security presence being deployed, and the game eventually resumed with Wolves clinching a 2-0 win. The FA has promised to take appropriate action after investigating the serious incidents alongside the clubs and relevant authorities. West Brom has condemned the incidents and vowed to work with police and the FA to conduct a thorough investigation and to take strict action against those involved in the disorder. Despite the chaotic scenes, it’s promising to see the clubs and authorities take swift and resolute action to address the situation and improve security measures for future matches.
1. FA will investigate the incidents at the FA Cup fourth-round tie between West Brom and Wolves
2. Five arrests have been made for public order offenses and another man arrested for possession of an offensive weapon
3. West Brom condemned the incidents and will put in place club bans for those involved
4. Weak security and fan chaos disrupted the game
5. Players were worried about the safety of their families
6. Fans celebrating in the wrong end ruined a good game