Following all the issues experienced inside the London Stadium against Watford on Saturday, one of the biggest talking points was the decision not to have a single police officer on duty inside the ground.

Unlike the Boleyn Ground, where there were hundreds of officers clearly in sight of the crowd, the London Stadium is only governed by sub-standard, inexperienced and generally awful security officers and stewards.

Such a decision has been attributed to the violence we have witnessed in our first games at the new stadium.

Following on from the worst of the issues from Saturday, the club have admitted they have insisted stadium owners E20 allow the presence of law enforcement inside the ground during every match – good news and hopefully the beginning of the end to all the problems.

However, according to Sky Sports News HQ’s Rebecca Williams, there will remain no police presence inside the stadium on matchdays until a sufficient radio system is installed…