West Ham has reinstated Academy manager Mark Phillips after investigating the intervention of the Democratic Football Lads Alliance (DFLA).
Hamers stopped Philips following a DFLA march in October in central London and later defended the group on Twitter for a series of articles accused of racism and racism.
"West Ham United, after the suspension and after the investigation, coach Mark Phillips coach was reinstated in accordance with the Employment Act and reminded me of his responsibility," he said.
West Ham began his investigation with concerns that Philips' social media posts might have violated club regulations, and then he was suspended.
Press Association Sport understands in the club's investigation that there is no good reason to disband Phillips because it violates Hammers social media policy and makes the club unreliable.
But West Ham's under-18 coach Phillips received a final warning of his behavior.
He will resume his coaching work at the club after hearing all the West Ham employees about mandatory discriminatory problems and prejudices.
A Phillips spokesman attended the DFLA march and claimed the group on Twitter as "the worst" and defended the alleged violence against police and anti – pacifism protesters.