Following the pitch invasions and trouble on Saturday, West Ham could yet be forced to play behind closed doors.
By watching the video, it provides excellent insight into why the move from Upton Park to the Olympic Stadium has been a failure, as well as why West Ham supporters are sick of experiencing what's happening on and off the pitch.
A series of further crisis meetings are planned, which will include representatives of West Ham, the London Legacy Development Corporation and LS185, the stadium's operators, but Brady, 48, has decided not to cancel her talk on the "top 10 ingredients for success" at 10am on the main stage at 116 Pall Mall, a lavish Grade 1 listed building.
West Ham are three points and two place above the relegation zone after losing to Burnley and their next game is at home to fellow strugglers Southampton on Saturday, 31 March.
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The Football Association said it "condemns the crowd disturbances" and "will be seeking observations from West Ham as well as awaiting the match referee's report".
LLDC insist that they have the financial means to deploy the police.
Brooking cut a dejected figure sitting alone in the directors' box towards the end of the match, and revealed Sullivan and co-owner David Gold were among those asked to leave the area for their own safety. Hundreds of supporters overpowered stewards to congregate beneath the directors' box in protest. The LLDC and LS185 are looking at whether there was intelligence to suggest there would be some form of protest during the game. "The disturbances at the London Stadium were disgraceful and it's clear that there can not be a repeat of the ugly scenes witnessed on Saturday", a spokesman said.
I know a lot of supporters of West Ham who are thoroughly decent people.
The FA expects this to be a lengthy disciplinary process.