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Switzerland : St. Gallen - FC Luzern - 01/09/2013

Source : http://www.thurgauerzeitung.ch

Local security and police needed to intervene inside the stadium, in the C area, where about forty Luzern fans took place in the middle of local fans.

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Germany : Rot-Weiß Oberhausen - Rot-Weiss Essen - 01/09/2013

Source : http://www.ad-hoc-news.de

After the game police intervened several times due to fights wich opposed rivals fans.
One policeman was wounded and one 20 years old fan arrested.

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PEC Zwolle - FC Utrecht - 01/09/2013

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Saturday night, dozens of Utrecht supporters attacked a pub of Zwolle.
If no one was wounded, five supporters were arrested said police.

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Spain: Racing Santander - Real Avilès  - 01/09/2013

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Wales : Police promise more arrests after ugly scenes at derby - 03/09/2013

Source : http://www.walesonline.co.uk

Banners mocking dead supporters of a rival team were unfurled at Wrexham’s game

Two people have been arrested after banners mocking dead supporters of a rival team were unfurled at Wrexham’s game at the weekend.

Saturday’s Conference Premier match between Wrexham and Chester FC, at the Racecourse Ground,  was marred by ugly scenes as stewards trying to confiscate the flags were attacked along with police.

One banner waved by Wrexham fans read, “Come join Lunty in Hell”, referring to Chester FC supporter Danny Lunt, who hanged himself 18 months ago.

Another read: “2 dead fans and 1 dead club,” mocking another fan who fell  to his death in 2002 from Chester’s city walls.

Visiting Chester supporters responded by setting off a smoke bomb and ripping up seats.

A North Wales police spokesman said: “Two people were arrested and there will be more after we have gone through the video footage.”

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Bristol City - Bristol Rovers - 04/09/2013

Source : http://news.sky.com

Football Violence At Derby Match

A dozen people are arrested and three officers injured as the bitter rivals meet for the first time in seven years.

Mounted police were brought in to clear football fans from the pitch after violence broke out at the Bristol derby.

Officers moved in when Bristol City fans ran out of the stands at Ashton Gate to celebrate their team's 2-1 victory over Bristol Rovers in the first round of the Johnstone's Paint Trophy.

A dozen people were arrested and three officers were given medical treatment for minor injuries, Avon and Somerset Police said.

As well as trouble after the final whistle there were also disturbances in the stands, and police in riot gear and stewards were needed to keep rival fans apart.

It was the first time in seven years the bitter rivals had faced each other, and police said the build-up to the game had been peaceful with both sets of fans well-behaved and in good humour.

But as fans began to enter the stadium, trouble broke out in and around the ground.

Police said that known hooligans attached to both clubs were identified in the clashes, and there might be more arrests.

Chief Superintendent Caroline Peters, match commander, said: "The majority of fans were well behaved and enjoyed the match.

"However there was a small minority who came with the sole intention of trying to spoil the enjoyment for the majority.

"We warned before the match that we would not tolerate any form of anti-social behaviour or violence.

"We will now aim to bring the offenders to justice using CCTV coverage and other intelligence and information gathered tonight to bring the offenders to justice."

City manager Sean O'Driscoll said afterwards: "It was great up until the final whistle. The scenes at the end are disgraceful."

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Source : http://www.dailymail.co.uk

Twelve arrested and police officers injured as rival Bristol supporters clash in another night of shame for football

Twelve people were arrested and three police officers required medical treatment for injuries as Bristol City fans spilled out on to the pitch following their side's 2-1 victory over fierce rivals Bristol Rovers at Ashton Gate.

City manager Sean O'Driscoll described the scenes as 'disgraceful' and Chief Superintendent Caroline Peters said: 'We aim to bring the offenders to justice.

The rivals play in different divisions but were brought together for an expolsive clash in the first round of the Johnstone's Paint Trophy. It is the first time the two sides have met in seven years.

Local boy Joe Bryan netted the winner but City fans had to be kept away from their Rovers counterparts by riot police at the final whistle and there were also disturbances in the stands.

City manager Sean O'Driscoll said: 'I think it's disgraceful. We're in the second round of the JPT and it's almost like we've got promoted to the Championship.

'I can understand rivalry but not hostility.

'We've got police horses on the pitch, the poor groundsman is going to have a right job. So it doesn't help, it's just stupid.'

According to the Bristol Post, there were running battles outside the stadium 20 minutes after the final whistle where a group of Rovers fans managed to break through the lines of riot police and confront City fans.

Officers reportedly struggled to contain the situation and 'pitched battles' were fought in the car park of a nearby KFC restaurant before riot police went in to restore order.

Further violence was reported near Greville Smyth Park, which is near Ashton Gate.

'The majority of fans were well behaved and enjoyed the match,' added Chief Superintendent Peters. 'However there was a small minority who came with the sole intention of trying to spoil the enjoyment for the majority.

'We warned before the match that we would not tolerate any form of anti social behaviour or violence.

'We will now aim to bring the offenders to justice using CCTV coverage and other intelligence and information gathered tonight.'

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Source : http://www.bristolpost.co.uk

Trouble flares during and after Bristol derby clash

THE first competitive Bristol derby for six years ended in a pitch invasion, fights, arrests and trouble outside Ashton Gate.

At the final whistle hundreds of City fans who had been massing along the touchline in front of the Dolman Stand poured onto the pitch.

Some embraced their own players but many more surged down towards the Williams’ stand to confront the Rovers fans.

A line of stewards in fluorescent jackets stood between the two sets of fans.

Moments later police on horseback were sent in.

A line of eight mounted officers then forced the City fans back down the pitch.

City manager Sean O’Driscoll was scathing about those supporters involved in the invasion.

He said: “I think it’s disgraceful. We’re in the second round of the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy and it’s almost like we’ve got promoted to the Championship.

“I can understand rivalry but not hostility. We’ve got police horses on the pitch, the poor groundsman is going to have a right job. So it doesn’t help, it’s just stupid.”

Three police officers were injured but not seriously.

As the crowd of almost 18,000 made their way home violence flared.

Within 20 minutes of the final whistle there was violence outside the stadium.

A group of Rovers’ fans managed to break through the lines of riot police and confront City fans who seemed similarly intent on trouble.

For a couple of minutes the police struggled to contain the sheer numbers and pitched battles were fought in the car park of Kentucky Fried Chicken before police went in to restore order.

Police then marched the City fans away from the stadium up Winterstoke Road, with a dog unit standing by in case further trouble flared.

There was also trouble in nearby Greville Smyth Park.

Police later said there were a total of 12 arrests.

Earlier in the match there was a minor stand-off as Rovers fans taunted City supporters forcing a policeman in riot gear stepped in.

A small section of fans almost clashed midway through the first half at the corner of the Williams stand. Objects were thrown across the police line from both sides. But officers stepped in and the trouble died down.

Someone within the Rovers’ ranks set off a blue flare.

In the second half following City’s second goal a dozen more riot police made their way over to the corner facing the away supporters and put themselves between opposing fans.

At one point around 30 city fans broke over the barriers at the corner of the Dolman stand nearest the Rovers fans.

Some advertising hoardings came away from their fixings.

There was trouble before the game as rival fans clashed at the Miners Arms in Bedminster Down Road

For the previous couple of hours pubs near Ashton Gate had been busy. People flocked to The Masonic, the Coopers Arms and the Three Lions as temperatures climbed to 28C.

In the countdown to kick-off there was the odd skirmish. Reports came in of rival fans exchanging blows.

Just before 7pm, six coachloads of Rovers fans turned off the Cumberland Basin into the main car park, where lines of police officers in riot gear had to keep them apart from the home supporters as jibes were exchanged.

In the background was the constant clatter of the police helicopter as half a mile or so away, vanloads of officers were keeping Rovers and City fans keen on more direct confrontation than across a police line, away from each other.

Match commander Chief Superintendent Caroline Peters said: “The majority of fans were well behaved and enjoyed the match.

“However there was a small minority who came with the sole intention of trying to spoil the enjoyment for the majority.

“We warned before the match that we would not tolerate any form of anti social behaviour or violence.

“We will now aim to bring the offenders to justice using CCTV coverage and other intelligence and information gathered tonight to bring the offenders to justice.”

And despite the trouble fans from both sides said they would like to see it more often.

Robert Fitzharding, on Cannon Street, some City die-hards said they would be happy to rub shoulders with their blue neighbours.

Nigel Ball, 28, of Clutton, who has supported City for 10 years, said: “Having a derby game is brilliant for the city. It brings the city to a standstill.

“It’s better to be above Rovers but was always good to play them when we were in the same league.”

Simon O’Driscoll, 27, of Bedminster said: “Playing Rovers again is great for the city – the size of the crowd proves how passionate we are. I would actually rather we were in the same league so we could play them twice a season.”

Rob Varga, 30, of Hanham, said: “A game like this is great. It gets everybody going and brings a lot of attention to Bristol. I want to be in as high a league as possible but with Rovers so we get the two derbys each season.”

John Stone, 63, of Ashton, said: “I like being above Rovers for the bragging rights but a derby is always a special occasion. I have supported City for 50 years and we play the better football.”

Lee Carey, 42, of Stapleton, said: “The derby gives the city a real buzz and gives everybody something to talk about at work and in the pub. It would be great to have it twice a season with both teams playing in the Championship.”

Andy McDermott, 42, of Fishponds, said: “I don’t want Rovers in the same league as us – they should be down where they belong but a derby is good for the city. It’s a game you need to win otherwise you have to turn your phone off for four days.”

Around the stadium, this view was echoed.

Steve Wood, 47, a postman from Yate, said: “I enjoy a good derby like everyone else but they don’t come around often enough. Last year (Louis Carey’s testimonial) was a great fixture with no trouble. For the real supporters there’s nothing like it.”

Son Joe, 15, added: “I’ve been looking forward to tonight all week and this is the first derby I’ve been to since 2007. I’ve got a few friends in the Rovers end so it will be an interesting day at school tomorrow.”

Given that they’re a division below their old rivals, the Rovers fans also felt a regular derby would be a good thing.

Martin Shepherd, 45, an NHS worker from Filton, said: “Games like these are passionate, intense and electric.

“There’s nothing like a derby and there’s nothing like beating your rivals.”

Jason Lintern, 23, a shop assistant from Kingswood, agreed. “You never forget games like this because the atmosphere is so special. I have got family who are City so it’s all about bragging rights when we go home tonight. It’s a shame it doesn’t come around more often.”

A man who ran for mayor wearing a familiar red hat on his head would certainly like to see the two clubs meet more often.

Stoney Garnett, 66, of Whitchurch, who has supported City for 59 years, said: “A derby is magnificent for the city. It allows us all to come together and show people how passionate about football Bristolians are.”

At the Memorial Stadium more than 200 fans gathered to watch the game on big screens.

After the final whistle Joe Tooker, 18, from Marshfield said: “It was a really good game, the team did us proud in the second half but to be fair City scored a great goal to win it.”

Kelvin Bidwell, who is 54 and has supported Rovers for 35 years, said: “I’m hugely disappointed.

“If we had played in the first half as we did in the second we could have won it.”

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England : Football fan has large chunk of his arm bitten out by police dog when fighting broke out between rival teams - 03/09/2013

Source : http://www.dailymail.co.uk

A man was savaged by a police dog as he wandered past a fight between football hooligans on his way home from a match.

William Willatt, 30, was making his way home from the Port Vale FC's stadium of Vale Park on Saturday when he became caught up in a police line trying to control rowdy fans from the home team and Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Mr Willatt, a Port Vale fan, said he had finished watching the match and was trying to leave quietly with his friends, when the dog sunk its teeth into his arm.

The shop assistant from Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, said he tried to get help from officers as the dog tore into his arm.

But even though he was covered in blood, he said, six police officers refused to help him and it was left to a stranger to call an ambulance.

Mr Willatt said his brother Robert had been pushed in the other direction and was powerless to help him.

He has now lodged a formal complaint against Staffordshire Police.

Mr Willatt said: 'You could hear the odd dog but I couldn’t see them. I followed my friends through the line but I was bitten on the back of my arm.

'I didn’t speak to an officer never mind give them trouble. When the dog was on my arm it was scary and painful. I was covered in blood.

'I asked six officers to help but none of them did. In the end a complete stranger called an ambulance.'

Mr Willatt was taken to the University Hospital of North Staffordshire where he had 20 stitches and was given a tetanus shot.

He added: 'I now have a big wound that is really deep. They stitched it but can’t close it because it will get infected.

'I go to matches regularly and never seen any trouble before. It has put me off going again.'

Craig Deacon, who came to Mr Willatt's aid after seeing him in distress, has also claimed police had no control of the dogs during the fan trouble.

The 25-year-old said: 'I saw him asking for assistance but he just got shoved out the way.

'The bite was really deep, it was a bit grim. I asked three more officers for help and one eventually got a first aid kit out.

'I understand it’s a difficult job but they had no control of the dogs. Even kids were being shoved down the road.

'It was daft. I didn’t see any trouble between rival fans - only with police.'

Violence during and after Saturday's League One derby match between Port Vale and Wolves supporters ended in the arrest of 23 people.

Police have bailed all of those arrested pending further investigations and said two-thirds are believed to be Port Vale supporters.

Dog units were used to try and quash trouble which broke out in Burslem town centre near the ground after Wolves’ 3-1 victory.

Port Vale supporters are now calling for talks with the club and senior officers over what they called 'heavy-handed tactics'.

Fans have also questioned why home supporters and the 4,500 away fans were allowed to leave the stadium at the same time.

Staffordshire Police have launched an investigation but say they acted ‘robustly’ after a minority of fans threw bottles and damaged a vehicle.

A spokesman said: 'It’s not usual when incidents of this nature occur for questions to be raised about the police tactics used.

'Any specific complaints will be carefully and professionally investigated.'

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Euro Basket Slovenia : Serbia - Bosnia - 05/09/2013

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Bosnian and Serbian fans clashed in Slovenia

Basketball fans of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia clashed in Jesenice on Thursday afternoon before the game between two national teams, AA reports.

Strong police forces were on alert in Jesenice during the day, trying to keep fans separated, but could not prevent the clash between two groups.

Allegedly, the clash was initiated after some of the Serbian fans verbally insulted Bosnian fans with nationalist slogans.

After short verbal exchange between two sides, they started throwing rocks at each other and fighting.

Several police officers, as well as fans, were also injured during these clashes.

The clash happened before the match between two national teams that is scheduled to take place on Thursday afternoon.

Today's match was characterized as "high risk" event.

The clash on the streets was immediately stopped, but police remained highly present in Jasenice.

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England : Three-year ban for Burnley fan who fought Bolton Wanderers supporter - 05/09/2013

Source : http://www.lancashiretelegraph.co.uk

A BURNLEY fan who had a fight with a Bolton Wanderers supporter after a game at Turf Moor has been given a three-year football banning order.

Student Calum Crummett, 18, was said to have been defending himself against the rival fan when he was involved in the violence on Tesco’s car park as families went shopping.

He had been part of a ‘very large, unruly group’ outside the supermarket and the public had been put in fear, Burnley magistrates were told.

Crummett, who studies at Burnley College, surrendered to police immediately when officers arrived, going forward with his hands up.

The defendant, of Bramley Avenue, Burnley, admitted using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour on Saturday, August 3.

He was fined £70, with £85 costs and a £20 victim surcharge. Crummett had no previous convictions, but had a fixed penalty for being drunk and disorderly from the Clarets' match against Blackburn in March.

The hearing was told police were escorting the away fans from Turf Moor up Centenary Way to Manchester Road train station.

Sara Lyle, for Crummett, said Bolton fans ran off in different directions and officers were trying to control them.

The defendant had left the game with two friends and was minding his own business, heading towards Tesco to go in the store.

When he got there, the Bolton fans had run onto the car park, were ‘being rowdy and were looking for trouble’.

Miss Lyle said Crummett defended himself to the point where he ended up in a fight.

She said: “The mistake he has made is he has not walked away. He has not run away.”

She said the defendant was about to start the second year of his A-levels and worked part-time.

Alex Mann, prosecuting, told the court when Crummett was questioned by police, he said he was being egged on by other supporters and accepted he retaliated and was swinging punches towards somebody.

He had two fixed penalties for being drunk and disorderly.

She said: “The police point out the defendant has a marker next to his name as being involved in football violence in the past.”

The bench chairman told Crummett his judgement had been clouded and he had also shown poor judgement at the Burnley v Blackburn game.

He said: “You seem quite a fine young man and this moment of stupidity has now given you a criminal record.”

A spokesman for Burnley Football Club said: “Because the incident in question didn’t happen on our ground, it was dealt with as a police matter and we were unaware it had happened.

“Our police intelligence officer has been informed about it and is now looking into the case.”
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England : Stoke City fan given four-year football banning order after letting off flare at Anfield - 06/09/2013

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A football fan was banned from all stadiums in Britain for setting off a smoke bomb at a Liverpool FC Premier League match.

Paul Mottram, who ignited a cannister during last month’s Liverpool v Stoke City fixture, won’t be allowed into football venues for four years.

The incident happened in the ground’s Anfield Road away section during the second half of the game on August 17.

Potters’ fan Mottram, from Stoke-On-Trent, was charged after Merseyside Police arrested him on suspicion of possession of a flare.

Smoke plumes enveloped the pitch and strong fumes could be smelt at the opposite end on The Kop.

Mottram, 40, appeared at North Liverpool Community Justice Centre where he was issued with his football banning order.

A Merseyside Police spokesperson said: “This was a dangerous incident which could have had serious consequences and a potential for serious injury at an otherwise trouble-free event.

"It is disappointing that we had to deal with an incident of this kind at the beginning of the season and this type of behaviour has no place in the modern game and will not be tolerated.

"We will continue to work closely with all of our local clubs to make matches safe and enjoyable occasions but when incidents such as this occur we will work together to identify and bring to justice trouble makers, which is exactly what we have done in this case.”

A Stoke City spokesperson said: “As a club we take incidents of this nature very seriously and fully support the issuing of a four-year banning order.”

Mottram was also ordered to pay a £500 fine, £85 costs and £50 victim compensation.

The sentencing comes after a campaign to rid stadiums of flares.

Anfield announcers have made several calls warning fans that they could be arrested for being in possession of flares and other pyrotechnic devices.

A Liverpool FC spokesman said: "Liverpool Football Club is committed to tackling the growing problem of pyrotechnic smoke canisters in grounds; something that has become a concern for clubs across the country.

"Our policy is categorical that such devices are banned from Anfield and have actively sought to discourage their use.

"The ruling will hopefully act as a further deterrent to fans who engage in these activities and remind them of the consequences of bringing them to matches."
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UEFA punishes 3 football teams for racist fans - 06/09/2013

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UEFA has disciplined one Hungarian team and two Polish clubs for racism involving fans at Europa League matches.

UEFA says Honved must play its next two Champions League or Europa League matches in an empty stadium, and pay a 50,000 euro ($66,000) fine.

The Budapest club was charged over "racist behavior and racist chanting" from fans at Serbian club Vojvodina in July. Honved was eliminated.

UEFA says Lech Poznan and Piast Gliwice must close sections of their stadiums housing "ultras" groups at their next home European match.

Both were charged over "racist behavior and display of a racist banner" and fined 5,000 euros ($6,600).

The incidents were spotted when Lech hosted Zalgiris of Lithuania in August, and Piast hosted Qarabag of Azerbaijan in July. Both Polish clubs were eliminated.
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Scotland : Five football fans sentenced after major brawl in Glasgow - 04/09/2013

Source : http://www.heraldscotland.com

Five men have been sentenced for their part in a "large-scale" fight among football fans at a train station, the Crown Office has said.

At Glasgow Sheriff Court today the men were each given a community payback order to complete 300 hours of unpaid work over nine months and were handed a two-year football banning order.

Mark Connerton, 42, from Inverkeithing in Fife; James Clark, 27, from West Linton in the Borders; and Paul Donoghue, 27, Craig Nisbet, 41, and Keith Manson, 41, all from Edinburgh, were involved in the fight on March 10 last year after a Scottish Cup match between Ayr United and Hibernian in Ayr.

A number of football fans got off the Ayr to Glasgow train at Glasgow Central station at 7.10pm and made their way to the Hope Street exit where they met supporters from other clubs, not Ayr United or Hibs, who came from a nearby bar in Waterloo Street, the Crown Office said.

Bystanders then fled from the scene of what the Crown Office described as "a large-scale brawl".

Stephen Ferguson, football liaison prosecutor for the west of Scotland, said: "Innocent members of the public and ordinary, decent supporters were clearly alarmed as the shocking, large-scale disturbance between the rival fans ensued.

"This behaviour of the individuals involved was totally unacceptable and I am pleased to see they have been brought to justice for their actions.

"I hope our prosecution of these individuals, and the sentences imposed by the courts, sends out a strong message to help prevent football-related violence and disorder."

Four other men were sentenced earlier this year and eight more men are due to be sentenced later this month for their involvement in the same fight.
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Romania - Hungary - 06/09/2013

Source : http://www.theglobeandmail.com + http://www.nemzetisport.hu + mail + http://www.gsp.ro

Seven injured in scuffles with police ahead of Romania-Hungary World Cup qualifier

Scuffles have broken out ahead of a World Cup qualifier between Romania and Hungary on Friday with police reporting seven injuries before the match started.

Police said Hungarian supporters threw bottles, smoke bombs and fire crackers, and caused damage to restaurants and bars in a tourist area of the city. They said five supporters and two police officers were injured.

Medical emergency service spokesman Bogdan Oprita said three Hungarians were hospitalized with head injuries.

Media reported that riot police used tear gas and batons to quell the violence.

There was a heavy police presence in Bucharest with riot police and a line of buses waiting for supporters outside the main railway station.

Some 1,900 police were present for the match. After scuffles at the stadium, police kept supporters apart.

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England : Brother of tragic Leeds fan is jailed over new football violence - 06/09/2013

Source : http://www.walesonline.co.uk

A LEEDS United fan whose brother was stabbed to death before a game in Turkey has been jailed over football-related violence in Leeds city centre.

Andrew Loftus, 42, was sent to prison for 12 months today after a court heard he punched a Tottenham Hotspur fan unconscious during a clash between rival supporters.

CCTV footage played in court showed the injured man laying motionless in the road outside Yates’s Wine Lodge on Boar Lane after he was struck by Loftus.

The father-of-two was among nine men sent to prison yesterday over the incident which happened on January 27 this year after the Leeds United versus Spurs match at Elland Road.

Loftus’s brother, Christopher, was aged 35 when he and fellow Leeds fan Kevin Speight, 40, were fatally stabbed on the eve of Leeds’s Uefa Cup semi-final tie against Galatasaray on April 5, 2000.

Jailing the men, Judge Geoffrey Marson QC said: “What occurred on January 27 was mindless violence in the centre of this city in the early evening.

“It will not be tolerated and the message has to be understood that those who engage in conduct of this type will receive an immediate custodial sentence.”

Loftus’s barrister, Richard Wright QC, urged the judge to impose a suspended sentence upon his client.

He said Loftus, of Stoney Rock Grove, Burmantofts, stood to lose his well paid job as an IT worker in the financial sector if he was sent to prison. Mr Wright said Loftus had never dealt with the emotions of losing his brother until recently when he had been helped by a charity which deals with those who have lost loved ones to murder.

He added that Loftus had done an “enormous amount” of work for charity.

The eight other men jailed after pleading guilty to affray were: Mark Holman, 49, of Brayton Green Leeds, six months; Kevin Emmett, 41, of Halton Moor Avenue, Leeds, six months; Wayne Mallinson, 35, of Brook Close, Barnsley, six months; Dean Pressley, 47, of Miles Road, Sheffield, nine months; Craig Umpleby, 42, of, Woodfield Road, Harrogate, eight months; Joseph Morton, 21, Strawberry Avenue, Leeds, 13 months; Joseph Harman, 21 Cherrywood Gardens, Leeds, six months, and Mitchell Davis, 18, of Heights Way, Leeds, 15 months.
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Arsenal FC - Tottenham - 07/09/2013

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Drug possession, racism and fighting among the arrests at Arsenal Vs Tottenham North London derby

A total of 12 fans were arrested for a range of offences including cocaine possession, fighting and racial abuse at the North London derby.

Despite the arrests police praised fans attending the Arsenal Vs Tottenham match - which the Gunners won 1-0 at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday.

Superintendent Steve Deehan, Islington Police, said: “There was no disorder or crowd issues. Everything we saw that day we would expect from any busy match.

“For a derby match the overall behaviour of both sets of fans was good.”
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Australia : Richmond SC - Carlton - 08/09/2013

Source : http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au

POLICE are calling for witnesses to a fight that left two Carlton supporters with broken noses after Sunday's AFL match at the MCG.

Police today released CCTV images, which they hope will help identify those involved in the brawl.

Up to 10 protective service officers rushed to shut down the area after a fight broke out between Carlton and Richmond supporters on Stewart St, near Richmond station.

Shocked onlookers reported seeing a man lying on the ground after he was allegedly punched.

Police confirmed both Carlton supporters had broken noses after the incident, which happened at 7.45pm.

Police believe there was "footy banter" before the altercation between the pair and another two men supporting Richmond.

All the men involved have given conflicting stories, leading to the police plea for witnesses.

Sen-Constable Sarah Marland said police were reviewing CCTV footage.

"This is serious and this is why we are taking it to the media," she said.

"There was definitely a lot of people in the area, so we are looking for witnesses. We need help for police to see why this altercation has occurred."

Sen-Constable Marland said the CCTV footage did not show the fight and police were trying to find out who started it.

Victoria Police spokeswoman Melissa Seach said an altercation broke out between several people near the station.

"Two men are assisting police with their inquiries and are being questioned after an assault took place in Richmond," Ms Seach said.

The two men, a 25-year-old from Chelsea and a 26-year-old Clayton, were later released.

Ambulance Victoria spokesman Paul Bentley said two men in their 30s were taken to The Alfred hospital.

Onlooker Michael Gleeson tweeted: "Carlton supporter lying in street not moving by rich stn. Police and ambos there. king hit apparently and hit head. For a game of footy."
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Brazil : Grêmio - Portuguesa - 08/09/2013

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Riot police have to protect referee after he awards penalty and sends two off in Brazil.

Police had to gather round a referee to protect him from Portuguesa players after he awarded Gremio a penalty in a crucial match in Brazil.

Struggling Portuguesa fought back from 2-0 down to level proceedings, but the referee then gave the home team a penalty to seal the win in the Campeonato Brasileiro.

The away team didn't take this decision well, and two of their players were sent off following the incident.

Portuguesa are 17th in the league, and scored two goals in eight minutes to give them hope of snatching an unlikely point at 2nd place Gremio.

But one of their players was sent off after two yellows for stepping into the penalty area before the spot-kick was taken, and one in the aftermath.

Riot police huddled round frightened the officials to ensure their safety, while angry players were still attempting to attack him.

Brazil are hosting the World Cup in 2014, and there have already been concerns about safety in the South American country.

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Czech Republic : Mladá Boleslav - FK Teplice - 01/09/2013

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Police have arrested 23 Teplice supporters, grom 21 to 54 years old, most of them drunk.
One of them punched a policeman in his face and could receive a 4-year of jail sentence.
Forty supporters travalled with a bus and stopped on the highway. As some of them smoked to a gas pipeline, policemen with dogs requested to move away but supporters became angry and 51 other policemen arrived.

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Vysočina Jihlava - Slavia Praha - 01/09/2013

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Riots erupted inside the stadium, opposing Slavia supporters to police who used pepper sprays against away fans who took place in a local stand.
Nine supporters were arrested and several others wounded by the gas.

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Rapid Wien - 1. FC Nürnberg - Friendly game - 07/09/2013

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After the game, riots burst out outside the Hanappi stadium.
Police used pepper sprays against a hundred supporters from both teams who joined against police.
Two helicopters were called.
Only one man was arrested.

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Argentina : San Martín Tucumán - San Jorge Tucumán - 07/09/2013

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Derby game under high tension. The game was stopped for several minutes due to fights in the north stand.
About thirty policemen intervened to let away fans leaving the stadium because they fought.


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The Netherlands: free fight - 06/09/2013

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Sittard+Genk vs Zwolle
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4 rounds for 4 minutes.
Both first ones with Sittard/Genk advantage, 3rd one, no winner, 4th for Zwolle side.
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France: free fights - 06/09/2013

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Nancy vs Lens
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Germany - Austria - 06/09/2013

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Police baton charged in the Arnulstrasse park to separate about thirty hooligans from both countries who clashed.
Four of them were arrested.
Later, several skirmishes broke out.

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