In the Lyndhurst Stand? I thought that was more of a problem in Dem’port Stand? It can’t be that, otherwise the enhanced security checks would apply in the Dem’port as well. It has to be something specific about the Lyndhurst. There must be an identified threat to the Lyndhurst to justify enhanced security checks for just that Stand that are way over the top from regular security checks elsewhere across the ground and at other clubs which you would have thought presented a more attractive target to terrorists because they are more high profile. If it’s because we are a naval town, why aren’t such intrusive security checks being brought in at Portsmouth? It makes no sense unless the Counter-Terrorism Unit has contacted the club to inform the club that the Lyndhurst is a specific target?There were incidents with flares/smoke bombs which are incendiary devices which are banned from football grounds.