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Bayern Munich - Borussia Mönchengladbach - 07/08/2011

Source : NWZonline.de

At the end of the game, two Bayner supporters have assaulted and slightly wounded two Gladbach supporters, aged 20 and 24
Police tried to arrest both of them but about twenty Bayern supporters fronted police, who used pepper sprays.

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Chile: Santiago Wanderers sentenced - 11/08/2011

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Following the violent brawl having implied Wanderers supporters against the police during the game against Ñublense, the sanction fell: next game against Union Espanola will be play at closed doors.

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1. FC Köln - Rot-Weiss Essen - under 21 - 12/08/2011

Source : Express.de

Koln and Essen Supporters benefitted from this under 21 game to regulate their accounts. This match had been classified at the risks by the authorities. If everything stayed calm during the game in front of 3,000 spectators, things changed after the game.
Near the bus top, 50 Essen supporters have attacked the police. Later, the police intervened with dogs and by using pepper sprays to separate 100-150 supporters from both sides.
Five supporters were wounded and there were several arrests. Lastly, incidents also burst at the railway station of Deutz involving the cancellation of certain trains.

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Germany: SV Darmstadt 98 - Arminia Bielefeld - 13/08/2011

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Some skirmishes erupted inside the stand, opposing locals to police.
Some arrestes were made.
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Sporting Gijón - Genoa - Trophy "Villa de Gijón" - 13/08/2011

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Around 9 p.m., violent confrontations took place, close to the stadium El Molinón, between Sporting supporters and Genoa tifosi.
The supporters clashed by using bottles, sticks, stones, flares, firecrackers and detonators. A refreshment bar started to catch on fire. One thus needed the intervention of the firemen. The supporters also launched beer tankards on the police which intervened to put an end to the hostilities. There were nine injured people whose three Italians were transported to the hospital of Cabueñes whereas they presented serious wounds.
Nine supporters were arrested including seven Italians. The police opened an investigation to know the causes of these brawls between Spanish fans and Italians.

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Hamburg SV - Hertha Berlin - 13/08/2011

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Following a brawl in the subway of Hamburg on the line S3 (Pinneberg-Harburg), a crammed oar of passengers (between 400 and 600) remained wedged 30 minutes between the stations of Altona and Königstraße. According to the police the incidents burst after the game between supporters at the station of Königstraße, some hesitant steps to be launched out in a chase-continuation in the tunnel of the subway, obliging the staff of S-Bahn cut off the supply. Two passengers were assumptions of responsibility by the helps following convulsions. Other people, women and elderly people had breathing difficulties or panicked. Always according to the spokesperson of the police, many fans were drunk and aggressive.

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Brawl opposing Rostock Berlin supporters- 14/08/2011

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During Sunday night, a brawl opposed Hansa Rostock supporters to Hertha Berlin rivals. Both came back from their away game, played in Duisburg and Hamburg.
Hundred policemen needed to intervene to separate both sides.
46 people were controlled by police.

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Spartak Moscow - Anzhi Makhachkala - 14/08/2011

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Moscow Police Detain 30 Football Fans After Match


MINSK – About 30 football fans were arrested on Sunday night for various violations after a football match in Moscow, Russian news agency Itar-Tass reported Monday.

Among the offences committed were disruptive behaviour and getting drunk in public places during the match between Spartak versus Anzhi in the 20th season of Russian football championship.

More than 2,000 policemen were deployed during the match, in which Anzhi lost to Spartak 0-3.
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Scuffle at Zwolle train station - 13/08/2011

Source : http://www.rtvoost.nl/nieuws/default.aspx?nid=128576

SUPPORTERS FIGHT AT ZWOLLE TRAIN STATION

Friday afternoon, Zwolle station was the theater of a short brawl between supporters of FC Dordrecht and FC Zwolle.
Five supporters of Dordrecht were on their way for their game in Emmen when they made a stop in Zwolle station.
There, they were attacked by about twenty FC Zwolle fans.
Stones and bicycles were launched.
When police arrived on the spot, Zwolle supporters had already disappeared.
No one was arrested.

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Newcastle United - Arsenal FC - 13/08/2011

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Police called to pub fight between rival football fans

A BRAWL broke out in a South Tyneside pub between rival football fans.

The fight, which happened in The County, Sunderland Road, South Shields, broke out at about 7pm on Saturday, during Newcastle United’s game with Arsenal.

One drinker said chairs were thrown, and shirts were ripped in what resembled a “scene from the Wild West”.

Police were called to the pub, but the trouble had stopped by the time they arrived.

A spokesman said: “We were called at 7.20pm on Saturday about a fight in the County. Officers attended, and there was no ongoing trouble.”

No one was arrested.

An eyewitness said: “It seemed like there was a bit of trouble between football fans, and then suddenly everything kicked off.

“One lad hit another over the head with a chair and fists were flying everywhere.

“It was like a scene from the Wild West. One person who had a torn shirt and bust-up face left the scene before police arrived.”
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Italiy: Ghanaian Barusso attacked by Roma fans - 10/08/2011

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Ghanaian midfielder Ahmed Barusso was involved in a frightening attack by disgruntled Roma fans following training, his agent revealed on Wednesday.
The 26-year-old's car was kicked by several fans as he left Roma's Trigoria training complex on Tuesday.
Fans shouted at him to leave the club.
Barusso has spent four years at Roma but has made only three league appearances.
As he is from a non-EU country he is occupying one of the limited spaces in the squad allowed for other players.
As fans kicked his car, they shouted: "You must go."
Barusso's agent Leonardo Giusti said: "It's really disconcerting. A group of ultra fans brutally attacked Ahmed outside the complex in Trigoria.
"People took out their frustrations with Roma's failure to bring in players. It was a terrible incident."
Barusso, who has spent the vast majority of his time at Roma out on loan, with Galatasaray in Turkey and then Italian sides Siena, Brescia, Torino and Livorno, has refused all transfer propositions this summer.
"Ahmed is calm and until he is presented with a really interesting offer, either from Italy or from abroad, he won't consider leaving," added Giusti.
Due to the complicated Serie A rules regarding non-EU players, Roma would need to release Barusso in order to bring in another non-EU player.
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Schalke 04 - 1. FC Köln - 13/08/2011

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Cologne fans hunted after urine, faeces thrown

Police here are hunting a small group of fans of FC Cologne who are believed to be responsible for throwing cups of urine and faeces at rival supporters during a German league match last weekend.
According to security staff at Schalke's stadium in Gelsenkirchen, a small group of Cologne ultras are responsible for throwing the cups during the home team's 5-1 win.
Those hit by the disgusting missiles included fans from both teams.
Police are looking at video tape of the crowd from Saturday's match at Schalke's Veltins Arena to identify those responsible and two fans are reported to have already been arrested.
A witness is reported to have seen one man put faeces in a beer cup, while two others filled their cups with urine before hurling them at Schalke fans.
Cologne president Wolfgang Overath has expressed shock at the behaviour of his club's fans and condemned their behaviour.
"These are not football fans, these people have no interest in sport and have no business being in the stadium," he told SID, an AFP subsidiary.
"It is hard to believe that football is being abused by such behaviour.
"The German Football Federation (DFB) and the club must think about what could lead to such excessive behaviour."
A Cologne supporters' spokesman called for those responsible to be banned.
"This is totally unacceptable and there can be no excuse," said Rainer Mendel, who revealed two fans have already been arrested.
"The perpetrators must be punished and banned from the stadium."
According to a report by Cologne evening newspaper Die Koelnische Rundschau, a group of Cologne fans pelted police with bottles and other dangerous objects before Saturday's game.
Officers responded by using batons and pepper spray to calm the situation.
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Bulgaria: Cherno More Varna - Levski Sofia - 13/08/2011

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Cherno More fans stabbed in Bulgarian clashes

Two Cherno More Varna fans were stabbed and three more seriously injured in clashes following the club's 3-1 win over Levski Sofia in the Bulgarian league on Saturday.

On Sunday, police said the five supporters were taken to hospital and two of them -- one stabbed in the stomach and the other stabbed in the back -- will remain under medical supervision.

Eyewitnesses said a dozen hooded men, believed to be Levski fans, invaded a bar near the Cherno More stadium and began to beat celebrating fans using wrenches and knives.

A girl, who was injured in the scuffle, was discharged from hospital with four stitches to her head.

It was early pace-setters Cherno More's first league win over the 26-times Bulgarian champions Levski in 33 years.

Levski matches have often been marred by violence and they have been fined by European governing body UEFA and the Bulgarian Football Union on numerous occasions in recent years.
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Londoners vow to defend themselves against rioters - 10/08/2011

Source : Reuters

From shopkeepers and middle-class writers to Sikh communities and right-wing soccer "fans," Londoners are ready to take action to protect their homes and businesses from rioting.

After four nights of violence, many are saying enough is enough and they will stop the looters themselves if the authorities cannot.

Police have warned that vigilantes are putting their own safety at risk and could make matters worse. The risks were highlighted by the death of three Muslim men run over by a car while protecting their area in the central English city of Birmingham on Tuesday.

Critics say taking the law into your own hands can be an excuse for more thuggish behavior which could inflame racial and social tensions.

London's Metropolitan Police flooded the streets of the capital with 16,000 officers on Tuesday night in an effort to quell the violence. In addition to the officers there were locally formed groups determined to stop any looting.

In the Dalston area of east London, shopkeepers of Turkish origin united to ward off rioters who ransacked shops and set fire to buildings and cars in nearby parts of Hackney.

"We can see the police was not effective enough because these guys come (in their) fifties, hundreds," said jewelry store owner Mahir Erbil. "We thought we could get together and defend our street and our premises and, thanks to God, nobody came. They were lucky not to come."

Some locals are armed with metal bars. Shopkeepers prevented rioters from breaking into a nearby restaurant on Monday, during the height of the riots.

STILL DANGEROUS

Erbil, 31, said the family-owned business also had a branch in Tottenham, the north London district where the riots started, which had been destroyed. "Just the walls are left," he said.

He briefly opened the Dalston shop on Wednesday but soon pulled down the shutters. He felt it was still too dangerous to open.

Another shopkeeper, who declined to give his name, said a crowd of youths tried three times to get into the street of shops on Monday night but locals chased them away.

In Brick Lane in east London, famous for its curry houses, restaurant staff said they were also prepared to band together to protect their businesses from looters. The street is so far unscathed by the riots.

Restaurant worker Syed Hossan, 41, said there was a very strong Bangladeshi community in Brick Lane and rioters would not be allowed in. "They know if they come here, they cannot go out," he said.

Around 400 mostly white middle-class residents of the east London district of Hackney, many holding long-handled brooms, gathered outside Hackney Town Hall on Tuesday in a show of strength after the previous night's violence.

Writer David Harrison, 49, told the crowd, "If you want to come out tonight if there is trouble, there are enough of us to make a difference tonight.

"Let's not wait till tomorrow morning, if it kicks off again tonight, I'll be out, I'll bring people with me. If we all come out, it won't happen."

He later told Reuters he was not a vigilante. "It's just about being on the streets, it's not about running battles, it's just being here. It's exercising our right to walk the streets."

The English Defense League, which protests against "radical Islamism" and critics say is a far-right group attracting soccer hooligans, said it was taking action to "safeguard" local communities and its members were organizing themselves in London and other English cities.

"We are hoping to safeguard local businesses through a strong physical presence, and discourage trouble-makers from gathering in our town and city centres," the EDL said in a statement.

One website, Casuals United, which says it represents "firms -- the lads who had to form into military units in order to travel to football matches," said soccer fans had formed groups on Tuesday night in Enfield, north London, the scene of trouble earlier in the week.

"Well done all the football lads who mobbed up to protect their areas and innocent people's property last night," the website said. "You know things are bad when football crowds have to police the streets."

Videos posted on YouTube showed large numbers of predominantly white men, reportedly walking through Enfield chanting "England, England."

A message posted on YouTube under the name "england1213" said fans of Millwall soccer club had gathered in the south London suburb of Eltham on Tuesday.

"Looters would? (have) been either very brave or very stupid to step foot in Eltham last night!" it said.

Another video was posted with the title "White Community defending their community against immigrant looters."

Anti-racist group Hope not Hate said the last thing communities needed was the EDL claiming to defend them.

"The news that the EDL is promising to come out on the streets to defend our communities from rioters should be met with the derision and contempt it deserves," Nick Lowles, Hope not Hate's coordinator, wrote on his blog.

In Southall, in west London, hundreds of Sikhs turned out to defend their homes and temples against potential rioters on Tuesday.

"The neighbourhood is in a very bad position so that's why we take the precaution," Himmat Sohi, president of the largest Sikh temple in Europe based in Southall, told Reuters.

He said the combined efforts of the community and the police had helped ward off any trouble.

Despite being overwhelmed by rioters at times, the police said they did not support vigilantes.

"What I don't need is these so-called vigilantes who appear to have been drinking too much and taking policing resources away from what they should have been doing, which was preventing the looting," the Metropolitan Police's Deputy Assistant Commissioner Stephen Kavanagh told Sky News.

However, London police advised business owners that they could use "reasonable force" to protect themselves.

"As a general rule, the more extreme the circumstances and the fear felt, the more force you can lawfully use in self-Defense," a police message said.

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Fearsome fans take on rioters

TRULY your enemy's enemy is your friend. It took civil unrest on a national scale, but for one night at least Britain took the notorious supporters of Millwall FC to its heart.

As London was riven by outbreaks of rioting and looting across the capital - with police overwhelmed by the scale of the trouble and English Premier League chiefs meeting today to consider postponing the opening of the season this weekend vigilantes and residents took to the streets to defend their turf.

But the unlikeliest alliance came in Eltham, in south-east London, where fans of Millwall - hated and feared in equal measure for their hooligan history - came together with followers of other clubs in a cordon of protection for high street shops.

For once the Millwall contingent were happy to ditch their famous chant of "No one likes us, and we don't care" - singing instead, "No one loots us ... "

BBC reporters described fans of Millwall and Charlton walking the length of Eltham High St, with riot police following at a discreet distance.

With the exception of a handful of sporadic confrontations, there were no reports of serious disturbance.

"This is a white, working class area and we are here to protect our community," one man told The Guardian newspaper. "We are here to help the police. My mum is terrified after what she saw on the television in the last three days and we decided that it's not going to happen here."

Grateful local residents then flooded social media sites.

"Thanks to each and every one of you (especially the Millwall boys) for looking after our streets and our homes," one woman wrote on the Facebook page, Support Our Eltham Men.

"From what I saw, there was a mixture of race/religions in Eltham protecting their home town. It didn't matter what colour/religious back ground/football team they supported, they just didn't want the riots to break out where their families have to buy the food for their children," wrote another.

The riots had already had a major effect on English soccer, with this morning's friendly between England and Holland at Wembley, the venue of next year's Olympic soccer final, postponed, alongside several Carling Cup ties in London.

Ghana's friendly with Nigeria, scheduled for Watford's Vicarage Road north of London, was also called off, as was Bristol City's match against Swindon.

The England team joined a press conference to show support for the postponement, with Rio Ferdinand asking on Twitter: "Who wants to see a game of football when our country is in turmoil?"

The players then put their names to a statement that called for "calm and an end to the disorder that has been going on".

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Cluj - CSKA Sofia - 18/08/2011

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Five CSKA supporters were arrested after they caused troubles with police and local supporters.

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Bayern Munich - FC Zurich - 18/08/2011

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49 Zurich supporters were arrested by Munich police, including 17 of them because they had drugs (marijuana, haschisch, cocaïne...). All the others because they had firecrackers, they attacked people and 3 of them because they had tee-shirts with "ACAB" on it.

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SS Chieti - Ascoli Pieceno - Friendly game - 04/08/2011

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Outside the stadium "Guido Angelini" and near the train station fans of both teams have resulted in clashes and skirmishes with some serious damaged to the cars and launching smoke bombs which forced the intervention of the police .
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Sambenedettese - Giulianova - Friendly game - 10/08/2011

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During the friendly match between Giulianuova e Samb, an unfortunate incident occurred in the area of the visiting fans, where there were about twenty supporters of Giulianova. Been difficult to establish what really happened, but the first unofficial information gathered seems that of supporters of the sambedeneddetese (about ten) was able to penetrate into the host field, sparking a brawl. There was a fight between rival group, after which Samb ultras stole a Giulianuova banner. The match was suspended after one minute, to resume after about 5 minutes, following the interruption.


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Gladiator - Ischia - Friendly game - 16/08/2011

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It was shortly before the beginning of the game, the two teams had just finished the usual pre-race workout, when at 16.25 around some locla fans (with an another group of fans from Acerra archrival of Ischia) invade the away stay, where the Ischia fans were positioned. There was a big brawl wich forced the intervention of the police. At the end of the figth two Ischia fans were transported to the nearest hospital. No match took place.
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Trapani - Palermo - Friendly game - 18/08/2011

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Few minutes before the friendly match between Palermo and Trapani clashes started in the stands. Fans of both teams have been involved in launching smoke bombs and some toe-to-toe.
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Reggiana - Modena - Friendly game - 18/08/2011

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A pre-arrenged fight took place before the match in Masone, a small city between Modena and Reggio Emilia. 50 ultras were involved, the brawl was stopped by police after several minutes of fight. A lot of ultras was able to escape, but 6 person (3 from Modena and 3 fro Reggio) were arrested.
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Slovan Bratislava - AS Roma - 18/08/2011

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Before match about 50 Roma fans try to attack one pub where Slovan fans drink a beer at that time- Romans armed also with screwdrivers and knifes, ACAB stoped this attack, but a few of them reach Slovanists- but they cashed on their faces and runed out
during game, Slovan fans attacked Roma sector in the stadium, they also break security and som of Slovanist reach Romans sector- but ACAB kicked out them.

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GB Anvers - Lierse - 19/08/2011

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Belgian league match halted after Fukushima taunts

The Belgian top-flight encounter between Germinal Beerschot and Lierse on Friday was halted by the referee after Lierse goalkeeper Eiji Kawashima was taunted with chants about the Fukushima disaster.
Lierse had gone a goal up when visiting Beerschot fans threw a projectile in the direction of Japanese international 'keeper Kawashima before insulting him with chants of "Kawashima-Fukushima! Kawashima-Fukushima!" the Belga agency reported.
Following protests by Kawashima, the referee decided to bring play to a halt for several minutes until order was restored.
The match ended in a 1-1 draw, but Kawashima, 28, left the pitch at full-time in tears, and spoke of his anger at the chants.
"I am prepared to forget about a lot of things, but not that. It is not remotely funny," he said.
Kawashima has visited parts of the region on the east coast of Japan's main island Honshu, which was devastated by an earthquake and tsunami on March 11.
The natural disaster also caused major damage at a nuclear power plant in Fukushima.
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Pompey and Cardiff fans convicted over brawl in Portsmouth street - 20/08/2011

Source : Portsmouth.co.uk

FOUR men have been convicted of taking part in a mass brawl between Pompey and Cardiff City fans.

They have been warned they may go to prison after violence erupted when a group of Cardiff fans got lost after the game at Fratton Park on August 28, last year.

It brings the total number of people convicted in relation to the mass punch-up to eight, as four had already admitted their part.

The Cardiff fans had approached another group, dressed in blue, near the Good Companion pub, who they thought were fellow fans of the Welsh club but turned out to be Pompey supporters.

A row broke out and the Cardiff fans ran off down Eastern Road with the Pompey supporters chasing after them.

As punches were being thrown a coach-load of Cardiff fans drove past and some on board made the driver pull over so that they could join in the brawl.

Stunned members of the public watched on as a group of 30 men fought in the street at around tea time.

Football intelligence officer PC Paul Foley condemned the violence.

‘The large-scale disorder would have been seen by lots of members of the public, including families,’ he said.

‘This sort of thing is not commonplace on our streets and people who saw it would undoubtedly have been scared and intimidated.

‘The outcome of this case is a reminder that football related violence and disorder is taken very seriously by Hampshire police.’

Pompey fans Colin Gibbs, a 48-year-old taxi driver, his son Lewis Gibbs, 19, and Matthew Balmer, 36, were all found guilty of taking part in the trouble, along with Cardiff supporter Peter Morgan, 45, after a two-week trial at Portsmouth Crown Court.

Judge Ian Pearson adjourned the case for sentencing next month and warned them they could go to jail.

‘I am granting you bail but you must not assume just because you’re getting bail that a non-custodial sentence will be granted,’ he said.

‘All options are to be considered and that includes custody.’

Cardiff’s 2-0 victory at Fratton Park saw them go to the top of the Championship while Pompey were bottom, with just one point from four games.

The game was the first time the sides had met since Portsmouth beat Cardiff in the 2008 FA Cup final.

Despite the trouble, Hampshire police say they will not be bringing in extra officers for Cardiff’s visit to Portsmouth next Saturday.

Men cleared of more serious charges

THE four men were convicted after a two-week trial at Portsmouth Crown Court.

A fifth, Thomas Parker, was cleared of all the charges.

The group smiled and patted each other on the back after being found not guilty of violent disorder, the most serious charge they were facing.

Pompey fan Colin Gibbs, 48, of Jervis Road, Stamshaw, Portsmouth, was convicted of using threatening or abusive words or behaviour but he was cleared of the more serious offences of violent disorder and affray.

His son Lewis Gibbs, 19, of the same address, was convicted of affray and using threatening or abusive words or behaviour. He was cleared of violent disorder.

Matthew Balmer, 36, of Strode Road, Stamshaw, was found guilty of affray.

He was cleared of violent disorder.

Cardiff fan Peter Morgan, 45, of Primrose Street, Mid Glamorgan, was convicted of using threatening or abusive words or behaviour.

He was also cleared of violent disorder and affray.

Parker, 21, of Church Road, Emsworth, was cleared of violent disorder, affray and a public order offence.

Judge Ian Pearson told him: ‘My advice Mr Parker in future is walk away. Walk away at some speed. Do not follow a friend because it will lead to trouble.’

Four other men had already admitted their roles in the trouble after police launched an investigation code-named Operation Artefact.

Pompey fans Danny Ashburner, 20, of Lime Avenue, Chichester, and Jarred Partridge, 18, of Japonica Way, Havant, previously pleaded guilty to a public order offence while Cardiff fans Kevin Murphy, 57, of Wingfield Street, Mid Glamorgan and William Lewis, 53, of Station Terrace, Mid Glamorgan, pleaded guilty to affray.

The eight men will be sentenced together, when the prosecution will also apply for football banning orders.

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