West Ham United have announced a four-match suspension for a foul on Everton defender Joel Campbell during a 2-1 win at the DW Stadium on Saturday.
The Hammers were sent off by the Premier League for their first yellow card of the season.
The West Ham manager, Sam Allardyce, said: “I am disappointed for the fans.
We have done things wrong here and we need to get back to winning football.””
We can’t have this type of thing happening again.
We need to put a stop to it and make sure it doesn’t happen again.”
Allardyce said the match was “totally out of control” and it was not acceptable.
The suspension is effective immediately, while Allardyces team will be suspended until the end of the Premier Leagues 2017/18 season.
A statement from West Ham read: “The match was totally out of controll and unacceptable.
This was a poor performance by West Ham and we have acted accordingly.”